Hello! Thanks for stopping by today. I wanted to share a card I made using a technique I learned from my friend April. Check out her blog here.
For the background, I stamped in three Distress Oxide colors. Each stamping, you will ink up your stamp, spritz it with water before stamping. You will move your stamp slightly with each stamping. I used my stamping platform to make this a little easier, but it certainly isn’t needed. First was Antique Linen, then Twisted Citron, and finally my darkest color was last, that was Peeled Paint. It’s a fun technique and can be done with lots of different background stamps.
The hibiscus is a stamp layering set. I also used all Distress Oxides for this, spritzing the stamp with water before stamping. So pretty and a great finish for the card without covering up too much of my background. Clear Nuvo drops were added for decoration.
Supplies: Just for Fun Rubber stamps Bamboo background stamp, Hero Arts Layering Hibiscus stamp and dies, Distress Oxide inks (pink flower) Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Candied Apple, (orange flower) Wild Honey, Abandoned Coral, Candied Apple, Black Soot for flower centers, Peeled Paint, Twisted Citron and Antique Linen, scrap cardstock, Gina K Sentiment with Versafine black ink, Clear Nuvo Drops.
Thanks for stopping by!