Thursday, March 15, 2018

He Will Be Our Peace


Today I'm sharing a bright and cheery card I created using distress oxide ink. I had fun experimenting with the colors and trying a crinkled background technique.

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To create the background for this card I:
  • dabbed some Worn Lipstick and Wild Honey Distress Oxide on my desk
  • spritzed the ink with water
  • swiped a piece of white card stock through the ink
  • heat set and repeated till I got the colors how I liked them
  • on the last swipe (BEFORE I heat set) I balled the paper up in a tight ball to create wrinkles and texture 
    • unfold and heat set
    • use a brayer to flatten the paper out a bit before adhering it to your cardfront  
Supplies and Tools:
Dies/Punches: Oval Dies (Printable Heaven), Monarch Butterfly Punch (Martha Stewart), Tiny Butterfly Punch (Marvy)
Inks: Worn Lipstick/Wild Honey Distress Oxide, Versamark Watermark, Midnight Black Embossing Powder
Stamps: Bible Journaling Stamps (American Crafts), Chrysanthemum Flower (Cottage Cutz)

This post linked to:
Mrs. A's Butterfly Challenge - Butterflies, Letters
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes
HeARTful Stamping - Anything Goes + a stamp

6 comments:

Mrs A. said...

Lovely card and possibly without realising you also have layers and lemon on there. I like the way you created your crinkled background.
Thankyou for coming and spinning the butterfly wheel for this challenge. Hugs Mrs A.

Conniecrafter said...

Such a pretty background and neat technique, your flowers look great against it and love the butterfly border inside!

Glittered Paws said...

What a fun background, I haven't done this one in a really long time so I think maybe you have inspired me. Very pretty card.

Terri Trotter Earley said...

Great use of the distress oxide inks. Thanks for joining us this week at Word Art Wednesday.

Chris said...

Gorgeous background - it makes me want to play now too! Congratulations on making Top 3 over at my heARTful stamping challenge this week. Please visit us again!

Juliet A said...

I like the way you used the stamp to let the beautiful background show though! Thank you for joining us at the Heartful Stamping Challenge!