Hi friends! Happy Monday! Please welcome back special guest designer Dana Joy to our blog! She’s made a floral beauty using our new Even More Spring Flowers stamp set and Distress Oxide inks. Be sure to read on for more tips and tricks to recreate this beauty for yourself from Dana and enjoy!
Hey everyone. It’s Dana from Got Joy Creations back with you today sharing an easy distress oxide ink blending card panel and some beautiful oxide watercolor flowers. To start my card off I used a 110 lb Neenah Solar White card stock to create a 4.25 x 5.50 card. I taped down a diagonal striped stencil over my card base with some painter’s tape. This will help my stencil stay in place when I blend my oxide inks. For my inks I used squeezed lemonade, bundled sage, broken china, shaded lilac and worn lipstick. I blended my inks in rainbow-ish order. I spritzed just a tab bit of water to get a soft blend to my inks. I removed my stencil and set my card base aside to dry.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks to Dana for being our guest!