Sending Thanks

Hi friends, happy Monday. Today I am sharing a fun mixed media card I had made a while back. I recreated the card putting together an easy step by step. I have added a product list below with quick links to Simon Says Stamp my favorite one stop shop.

Using a layering technique I created a fun background with a mix of both oxide and distress inks. The colors I used were salvaged patina, crackling campfire and the gorgeous new prize ribbon. I usually end up doing quite a few layers, drying each one in between. After the last layer I splattered the cardstock with water and let it sit for a few seconds and dried off the panel using flour sack cloth. Love the texture the water spots create.

Using distress black archival ink I stamped on a few images from Inquisitive and Bitty Grunge. I didn’t add too many only because the Roseville Bouquet was going to take up quite a bit of space on the panel.

I stenciled on the Tim Holtz mosaic pattern on the panel trying to keep the centre clear for the Roseville Bouquet embossing folder.

I had taped down the panel onto the 3D folder. I found the best ink to use was Altenew Obsidian pigment ink. I carefully inked up the raised portion of the folder and put it through my Sizzix Big Shot. I inked it up 1 more time to get a nice deep rich impression.

Love how the image from the embossing folder stands out on the mixed media background. I finished off card by adding white ink splatters and cutting the panel down to fit on an A2 size cardbase. After adding a sentiment from Simon Says Stamp sentiment strips and I was done. Hope you give this technique a try 🙂

Project Supply List:

You can find links to the supplies I’ve used below: click on the picture and it will take you directly to the product. If purchased through the link provided I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate all your amazing support. Looking forward to sharing many more projects and techniques using mixed media.

Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by today. Hope you will subscribe to my blog for future posts. See you again soon with another crafty project.

Kulbir

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