Monday, 11 September 2017

Cream, Yellow & Pink

Hiya! I wanted to make a card for the current colour challenge at Rubber Dance, but I was a bit stumped as to how to use these 3 colours. In the end I kept it simple. I used distress oxides smooshed onto an acrylic block and spritzed with water, to make a cream, yellow and pink background, then stamped a flower 3 times over the top. I coloured the spots in the middle of the flower using the cream oxide, to get an opaque coverage, and for the petals I used 'normal' distress ink, so that the pink would blend a little with the background colour. I used my new big shot (I love it!) to cut a frame for the flowers, and used 3D squares to lift it a little bit from the flowers.

I'm entering this one in the following challenges:

Rubber Dance
Rubber Dance Forever Stamping challenge

Distress Oxide Inks: Picked raspberry, Fossilized Amber, Antique Linen
Distress Ink: Picked Raspberry
Rubber Dance Stamp Set: 'Textured Flowers'
'Birthday Wishes' sentiment from Woodware 'Daisy Panel'


Rubber Dance said...

This is brilliant! Thank you for using our Textured Flower stamps on your work. It is such a beautiful card. Love that idea. Thank you so much for joining the Rubber Dance Colour Challenge this month. xx Susanne.

Debbie said...

lovely - whats not to love

Ink Art Designs said...

Smooching ink is one of my favourite things!!! I love how the oxides give such a solid colour too as compared to the distress inks. Gorgeous card!
Thank you for joining us at Rubber Dance for the colour challenge.
Dot x

Bibi Lindahl said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Glad you figured out how to use our colours, it so pretty! Thanks for entering your card to our September colour challenge as well as our Forver Challenge at Rubber Dance! ♥ My sincere apologies for such a late comment.