Ink Paper Girl FREEBIE Alert!!
Who doesn’t love a freebie right?!!
I know I do… and I’m super excited today, because I’ve created a freebie that I want to share with you.
It’s called my Which Black Ink? Colouring Guide. I decided to create it in response to one of my most popular faq’s “Which black ink, should I use if I’m going to….?”
I mean I totally get it….
I had to start somewhere too… & I often found all the information overwhelming.
I’d do my best to read or listen to the tutorial/class instructions & then go home. It was all fine while the information was still fresh in my mind, but about a week or so later I’d find I’d have forgotten part of it, or mixed it up somehow & end up frustrated.
So I wanted to help & share with you, what I’ve learnt through my own experiences.
My goal was to make this guide, as easy & as simple to use, as possible. I also recognise that we all learn differently & so I decided to use a combination of photo’s & text, to create what I think is fabulous, easy to use, reference tool.
As a special bonus I created a FREE PDF version of my Which Black Ink? Colouring Guide just for my Ink Paper Girl, Stampin’ Scoop Tribe Members.
The best part about having access to the PDF version is that you can choose to save it to your PC, smart device or download & print out it, for easy reference. In fact why not print it out & keep it with your colouring supplies, that way you’ll always know where it is.
To get your copy, simply join the Ink Paper Girl tribe, by subscribing to my Stampin’ Scoop email. Everyone is welcome to sign up, even other demonstrators..
Your freebie will be available to download in the welcome email.
Existing tribe members won’t miss out either, I’ll be sending out a separate email with your free PDF over the next few days.
Much Love, K xo
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