Friday, June 19, 2020

Distress oxide ink + masking ~ scene card.

Hello.  Here is a bright and cheerful birthday card with scene building.  I use a mix of distress oxide inks and masking to create this scene strip.


Sentiment:  Enjoy your birthday.

Here are helpful tips for creating this.  To begin, stamp the sentiment and also the same images onto a trimmed cardstock panel and again onto masking paper.  Next, color in the cardstock stamping.  Now, cut out the masking paper stamping and peel away the film backing.  Then, place the masking paper over the cardstock stamping.  Using colors of distress oxide ink, blend the ink over the cardstock strip.  Optional, add water splatters.  Next, remove the masking pieces and fill in any extra color sections.  Heat set the panel.  Finally, layer the panels and add the tag and accents over the card base, to finish.

I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Here is another look.


Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. So Mushroom; Simon Says Stamp intense black ink, Gina K. Designs masking magic, My Creative Time dies, black lace, double-sided flat and foam clear tape, Ranger mini mister and distress oxide ink in peeled paint, spiced marmalade and broken china; blending brush, twine, cardstock, Copic markers Y11, C1, C3, R02.

Thanks for visiting.  Have a happy day.
Gaylynn

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