Water Coloring with Distress Oxide Inks
Hi everyone, these are really great cards to put together quick! I love using Distress oxide inks for water coloring. I hope these cards inspire you to create something wonderful! You can click here to watch my tutorial or see it below. Thanks for all your love and support! --Joy
I used water color paper and stamped the image with clear ink and embossed with white embossing powder. I heat set that with my heat tool.
I used my distress oxide inks to water color around the images, then I lined up my letters and sentiment and inked that with black ink. I adhered the panel to a side folding A2 sized card base.
For this card I used clear ink and white embossing powder for the sentiment and letters. I adhered the fruit panel to a black card panel slightly smaller than an A2 sized card. I attached that to a top folding A2 sized card base.
Supplies are listed below:
Music By: Joe Petty
SSS fruit from the heart stamp:
SSS Thanks Sentiment stamp:
Bristol smooth water color cardstock:
Neenah classic crest solar white 110lb cardstock:
Tim Holtz distress oxide inks:
SSS clear Ink:
SSS intense black ink:
White embossing powder:
Water brush pen:
Tim Holtz glass media mat:
Misti precision stamper:
Tim Holtz paper trimmer:
Tim Holtz distress sprayer:
All opinions are my own. I use various companies products and I use what I like. There are some affiliated links above, it costs you nothing to use them but, it helps me to continue to create. Thank you for all your love and support. You are a blessing to me.