Saturday, March 2, 2019

Distress Oxide Ink Galaxay purple and blues

I got some new Distress Oxide Inks and a new Space die set and decided to go for it and create galaxy backgrounds.

 I started with some water color paper cut at 5 1/2 by 4 1/4.

I used 4 colors of distress oxide ink and some foam blending tools.
 I then added some black soot distress ink to the white spaces and added some to the colored areas.
 I then spritzed it with water.
 I used my heat tool on low to dry it.
 I used some white pain to add some stars with a paint brush. I added a little water to the paint to thin it out just a little.
 Here is my blue and green panel.
 Again added black soot distress ink and sprayed with water and heat set tell it was dry.
 More splatters, I noticed with the blue one the splaters changed colors just a bit but I was ok with it.
 A new space die set that I got from Hobby Lobby.

I used card stock to try and match my galaxay back ground.
 I used foam and liquid glue to adhere my pieces.

Finished card, the pinks and yellows.

The second card, the blues and greens

 A close up.
 The inside of the cards, I matched the ink from the card stock to the sentiments.
The back of the cards.

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- I used Bermuda Bay, Lost Lagoon, Sweet Sugarplum, and Perfect Plum ink and card stock

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- I used a die set 663414 designed by Emily Tootle called Space

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- My stamped sentiments came from Out of This World stamp set

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I purchased most if not all my Distress Ink and Oxide ink from Micheals and Hobby Lobby
- I used mustard seed, wild honey, picked raspberry, seedless preserves, mermaid lagoon, peacock feathers, lucky clovers, and forest moss Distress Oxide ink
- I used black soot Distress ink
- I used Tim Holtz blending tools, the round ones

I used Artists Loft 140 pound watercolor paper

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