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Sizzix Tutorial | Thank You Card with Inksheets by Tami Mayberry

Good Morning!! Tami Mayberry here with you today to share a card I easily created using another fun and innovative product from Sizzix. Sizzix Inksheets come in black, white, gold and silver and can be used to add stamp-like images to your projects using your favorite dies and embossing folders. And even better? No ink to smear or messes to clean up! Keep reading to find out just how easy it is.

Sizzix Tutorial | Thank You Card with Inksheets by Tami Mayberry

For this card I started with a simple red card base and added a fun gold pattern using Sizzix Inksheets.

Sizzix Tutorial | Thank You Card with Inksheets by Tami Mayberry

Transferring die patterns using Inksheets is AMAZINGLY simple. Just place the following sandwich into your Sizzix  Big Shot machine: Sizzix Magnetic Platform , Inksheets Transfer Pad, red card front, Gold Inksheet (don't forget to remove the backing),  Sizzix Thinlits Overall Patterns die set (cutting side down) and a Cutting Pad (not shown).

Sizzix Tutorial | Thank You Card with Inksheets by Tami Mayberry

Once run through remove the Inksheet and this is what you have!

Sizzix Tutorial | Thank You Card with Inksheets by Tami Mayberry

Now, simply tie a piece of matching ribbon around the bottom and add a sentiment. That's all there is to it. Simple, yet elegant.

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Other Supplies Used

  • Core'dinations Kraft Core Cardstock
  • May Arts ribbon
  • Jillibean Soup wooden sentiment

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7 thoughts on “Sizzix Tutorial | Thank You Card with Inksheets by Tami Mayberry”

  • Celeste Goff

    What a great card! Love that awesome pattern!

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  • michellezerull
    michellezerull Apr 18, 2015 at 08:37 am

    Lovely! The gold is fabulous!

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  • Gigi Black

    I love it but will have to reserve it for special cards because of the cost of the ink sheets. When you use a whole ink sheet for a large design, you pretty much use up the whole sheet, am I correct? It would be hard to use the sheet again when there is only tiny spaces left. Am I correct or am I missing something here? I have the sheets and transfer pad already, but have not tried it yet.

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  • jankatal

    Has anyone tried using the ink sheets with regular embossing folders? Or, do they have to be made out of metal? Just wondering.....

    Reply
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