Ink Blending with Outlined Die Cuts

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Ink Blending with Outlined Die Cuts

Hello Friends, Waleska here excited to be sharing some time with you! I am Also excited to be creating with the newest Scrappy Tails release for my card today. I used the beautiful Outline Tulips die set, I hope you like it!

CARD DETAILS

I started by die cutting the tulips and the stems in two different shades of pink and green cardstock, in dark and  light tones, after that I used Oxide Inks in colors "Picked Raspberry" to shade the pink tulips in the bottom part and "Rustic Wilderness" for the bottom of the stems.
I then worked on the card base, I die cut a circle as the focal point and I used Distress Oxide ink "Peacoack Feathers" to shade the upper part of it.  I used the same color to shade the bottom of the card base. Finally, I splattered some water splashes with a fine brush and let it dry.
I finally adhered the circle die cut to the center of the card base and assembled the tulips together in a cluster.  I adhered the tulips with 3D Foam squares.  I stamped and white heat embossed the sentiment from the Popping Poppies Stamp set to a black strip of cardstock.  I finally splattered some gold watercolor and added some gold sequins to finish the card.
 
Thank you so much for joining me today! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Remember to check out the newest release from Scrappy Tail Crafts at the shop!

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  • 09 Jan 2021 Kirsten Leavell

    Such a unique idea to ink blend the die cut flowers. It adds extra dimension to the flowers and really creates visual interest.


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