The May 2021 Technique Blog Hop is featuring distress oxide inks. They are so much fun to play! They have a really creamy texture and react to water (hence the oxide in the name). You are going to love all of the techniques you will learn on this hop. (If you're already hopping, then you've probably arrive from Michelle Loncar's blog. From here, you'll click on her name to visit Darlys Recker's Craft Happy blog next.)
Saturday, May 15, 2021
May Technique Blog Hop: Just Distress Oxide It!
To finish the background, I flicked Peach, Gold, and Candy Apple shimmer brushes onto the card front panel.
For my focal image, after stamping in Black ink, I used my Spectrum Noir Tri-Blend markers to color in the floral images and foliage. I rimmed the edge of my circle with my black marker. The Happy Mother's Day circle is from a retired stamp set (stamped in Black and Smoothie), and the Canary gingham circle was cut from the Lovely collection.
Here's a similar card that I've already featured on my blog that uses the same basic techniques. (You can learn more HERE.)
Here's a peek at a new card I just made also using the same techniques but with Mustard Seed, Mowed Lawn, and Sapphire distress oxide inks.
Thanks for letting me share some different versions of the same distress oxide technique. Please leave a comment before you hop to Darlys's Craft Happy blog next!