Saturday, March 31, 2018

Favorite Distress Oxide Inks With DT Janni

Hello Divas, DT Janni here today to show you one of my favorite pink Distress Oxide blendings.

I've falling completely in love with 'Whimsical Wishes' so that's the set I'm using for my card today <3


The Distress Oxide colors I'm using today are 'Tattered Rose', 'Worn Lipstick' and 'Picked Raspberry'. I cut a piece of water color paper and found my blending tools - all set for blending.


How pretty is this! I just love this pink combo - at top 'Tattered Rose' then 'Worn Lipstick' and 'Picked Raspberry'.


I found my little water spray bottle, a piece of paper towel and I sprayed some water on the cardstock. I love to see how the Oxides work with water.


Here you see the result, so pretty.


I used the scalloped frame from 'Fancy Frame Dies' to cut my background, and added it onto a with cardbase.


I colored up the cute fairy from 'Whimsical Wishes' with my Copics. Hair: E50-E53-E15, Skin: E21-E11-R20, Wings/Dress: G00-BG32-BG1, Flower: R00-RV06-RV25-Y04.



I used the sentiment from the set, added some 'Shimmer Sequins' and some highlights with my white gel pen.


I hope you want try this blending combo.

See you soon again.

Hugs,
Janni
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Friday, March 30, 2018

Favorite Distress Oxide Inks With DT Waleska

Hello Friends Waleska here to share some of my favorite Oxide ink color combos, I am a cardmaker and almost all my friends know it, so when I attend any celebration most of them expect a card from me... many times ( I know shame on me) I find myself looking for cards to give to my friends for different occasions.... Does that happen to you too? Well I created this set of cards, thinking in those situations, with the new and lighter Oxide Ink colors there are lots of combinations you can do... let me share my favorite, and some quick and easy cards any of your friends would love to receive... who wouldn't love a cute Monster card right?


CARD DETAILS:

The new Oxide Ink colors are beautiful, some of them are lighter and because of that you can mix them with almost any other Oxide Ink Color.  I especially love the Squeezed Lemonade here are my favorite combinations with that specific color.


I started ink blending the front panels with the squeezed lemonade Oxide Ink, mixed with Abandoned Coral, Spiced Marmalade, Twisted Citron and Worn Lipstick, I also added water splashes so the colors can blend more easily.


Here are the color combinations.  Did you know you can find Oxide Inks on the CDD shop? You can find them HERE.


My idea was to create some quick cards that I can have on my stash, for any occasions.  I cut all the panels with the Fancy Frame dies and also die cut the second small from the Inside Scalloped circle die and color four adorable monsters from the Monster Carnival set and add some sequins as embellishments.... 
 

I left enough space on the cards to add any sentiment I need when give this set of cards, you can either use a banner or stamp the sentiment on the bottom of the card, this cards can be great for birthday, congratulations, get well or any encouragement card.


After I finish my cards I saw the left over pieces which also can be used to create other cards with colorful frames.


I hope you like this set of quick colorful cards you can create for any occasion, if you are like me... This can be great so you are always prepared to give a card.

Have a Wonderful day!


CDD SUPPLIES:

http://craftindesertdivas.com/supplies/ink/

 Monster Carnival





Thursday, March 29, 2018

Favorite Distress Oxide Inks With DT Cheryl


Hello Divas! It's Cheryl with the DT sharing with you my favorite Distress Oxide Ink Combo! My absolute favorite Distress Oxide Ink color is Cracked Pistachio, so any color that goes with that Cracked Pistachio would make it into my top color combos! <3

First I drew my planner boxes using a pencil.

Then I used a large post-it note to mask off any areas that I do not want any stenciling done on. I also covered the pages under the planner page I'm working on to avoid getting ink on the previous planner pages.

Next, I overlaid the Sorted Shapes 2 stencil over the left side of my planner page and with a foam blender I dabbed some of the Cracked Pistachio Oxide ink over the plaid stencil. Next I used Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink under the Cracked Pistachio plaid pattern. I repeat this pattern so that each color shows up twice.
Next I masked off some of the planner box and used the foam blender and colored in some header boxes. I wrote in the days of the week and did some hand-lettering for the month.

Then I put some Washi tape on the top and the bottom of the planner pages. I also added some stamped and colored images from the "Let's Do Lunch" Stamp set. I also used the binder clipped stack of papers from the Planner Basic Bundle Digital stamp and put the "let's do Lunch" sentiment from the clear stamp set. I hope you liked this planner layout! I really like how it turned out! <3


Thank you for stopping by.



Products Used:
http://craftindesertdivas.com/lets-do-lunch/

http://craftindesertdivas.com/sorted-shapes-2-stencil/

http://craftindesertdivas.com/distress-oxide-cracked-pistachio/



Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Favoirte Distress Oxide Inks With DT Lynnea

Hello, everyone! It's Lynnea and I'm here to share my favorite Distress Oxide ink color combo! Right now I'm absolutely loving blues and purples together and I love Salty Ocean, Faded Jeans, and Seedless Preserves! I'm using one of my favorite techniques - Oxide inks on glossy cardstock with Distress Micro Glaze!


I don't know about you, but I'm currently craving warmer weather! I know I'll kick myself when it's 110 degrees...I really don't like to sweat! Haha! I thought I would create some warm inspired cards!


Okay! So for some supplies I gathered a piece of glossy cardstock, an acetate sheet, Distress Micro Glaze and a blender, water, and Salty Ocean, Faded Jeans, and Seedless Preserves Distress Oxide inks.


I started by smooshing some Salty Ocean Oxide ink onto the acetate and spritzing it 3 or 4 times with water. I didn't want too much water because I didn't want to completely cover my cardstock with ink. I wanted to control where the ink went.

 
I pushed the acetate onto the cardstock and this is the result when I lifted it up! Without adding more water I smooshed the remaining ink on the acetate over my cardstock to give it a spatter appearance.

 
I did the same thing with Faded Jeans Oxide ink....

 
And then again with Seedless Preserves Oxide ink.


I also used the same 3 colors of ink to spatter ink all over my cardstock. The above photo is what I had after all the inking was complete. You can see how chalky the oxide inks look. I'm not a huge fan of the chalky ink, but if you are you could stop here and add your images and sentiment. I love how Distress Micro Glaze reacts with Oxide inks on glossy cardstock and brightens up the colors! All I did was dip the blending foam into the glaze and blend it over the cardstock.


Check out the difference! I love it! Everything brightens and you can clearly see all the different layers!

 
I colored up some summertime images from the Summer Vibin' stamp set with my Staedler pens and blended out the color with water for a watercolored look.


For the sentiment I white heat embossed a couple of sentiments from one of my favorite stamp sets - Sparkle.

Thanks for joining me!



Supplies : 

 Salty Ocean

 Faded Jeans

 Seedless Preserves

 Summer Vibin

 Sparkle



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