How to use Distress Oxide Inks to color. Click here or watch below to see how to make this card.
Using the background stamp from Hero Arts, I stamped and embossed the background panel. Then I used distress oxide inks and blended the background.
I then took a waterbrush pen and removed the color from the jellyfish images. I tool the ink from the Hero arts kit and used it to water color some of the jellyfish images.
On an A2 size card base, I glued the colored cardstock, then the stamped background. I stamped the sentiment with the ink from the kit and adhered that with foam tape. I added the blue glass bubbles for embellishments.
**Supplies are listed below**
Hero Arts Jellyfish Party 6x6 bold print:
Lawn Fawn Peacock cardstock:
Neenah classic crest solar white cardstock:
Bristol smooth watercolor paper:
Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Dried Marigold:
Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Spun Sugar:
Lawn Fawn Peacock ink:
Clear embossing ink:
Ranger Perfect Pearls:
Ranger white embossing powder:
Tim Holtz Distress Sprayer:
Tim Holtz Fine detailer waterbrush pen:
Ranger multi media matte glue:
Tim Holtz glass media mat:
Tim Holtz Paper Trimmer:
Spellbinders platinum 6 die cut machine:
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