Happy Saturday, friends. I hope you’re doing well! Unfortunately, I’m not feeling great. I have a massive cold, my throat aches and my legs feel extremely heavy and painful. πŸ˜”πŸ€§ I’m bummed because I was looking forward to going shopping this weekend but I don’t think that’ll happen. Sigh. However, I think I’ll be making some cards instead!

In today’s video I’m creating two birthday cards with the Super Dog Stamp Set from My Favorite Things along with their Radiating Rays Stencil and Distress Oxide Ink.

First, I ink blended two background with the Radiating Rays Stencil from My Favorite Things. I created two different color schemes. For the blue card, I used: Tumbled Glass, Faded Jeans and Black Soot. For the pink/purple card, I used: Picked Raspberry, Wilted Violet and Black Soot. I went back and forth with the colors to create a nice and effortless blend.

Two super hero birthday cards made with My Favorite Things Super Dog Stamp Set and the Radiating Rays Stencil. Distress Oxide Inks were used to create a smooth color gradient (Tumbled Glass, Faded Jeans, Black Soot, Picked Raspberry and Wilted Violet).

Next, I colored two of the dogs, some stars and lightning bolts from the Super Dog Stamp Set from My Favorite Things. I added sparkle and dimension with a Spectrum Noir Clear Sparkle Pen and a coat of Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze.

Two super hero birthday cards made with My Favorite Things Super Dog Stamp Set and the Radiating Rays Stencil. Distress Oxide Inks were used to create a smooth color gradient (Tumbled Glass, Faded Jeans, Black Soot, Picked Raspberry and Wilted Violet).

Afterwards, I did some heat embossing for the sentiment pieces. I stamped the images using the WOW! Embossing Pad and then sprinkled on WOW! Opaque Bright White Embossing Powder. To finish off the card, I applied Tonic Nuvo Drops in White Blizzard and Midnight Sky. πŸ’«

Two super hero birthday cards made with My Favorite Things Super Dog Stamp Set and the Radiating Rays Stencil. Distress Oxide Inks were used to create a smooth color gradient (Tumbled Glass, Faded Jeans, Black Soot, Picked Raspberry and Wilted Violet).

That’s it for now. Before I go, I want to ask you once again to please vote for my blog for Most Creative Art & Craft Blogs at MrKortingsCode.nl (MrDiscountCode.nl in English). πŸ’œ Thank you so much for your support and for stopping by. Sending big hugs.

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Hi there! While I was purging my stamp sets, I came across the Follow Your Heart set from Love Cynthia. Oh my goodness, why haven’t I used this stamp set more? It’s simply adorable! 😍

In today’s video I’m showing you how to create an ink blended scene with Distress Oxide Ink for an airbrushed and super smooth effect.

First, I created the masks with masking paper from Simon Says Stamp along with the Grassy Border die from Lawn Fawn. I stamped the little girl from the Follow Your Heart stamp set from Love Cynthia using Archival Jet Black ink. I used that particular ink because it’s smudge and waterproof, which makes it PERFECT for ink blending.

An adorable card made with Love Cynthia Stamps and Distress Oxide Ink. The Distress Oxides Inks are used to create a smooth and airbrushed scene with masking paper and die cuts.

Next, I used Distress Oxide ink pads to do the blending. For the grass I used Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn. I used Faded Jeans, Peacock Feathers and Tumbled Glass for the sky. After the ink blending was dry, I stamped a sentiment with Versmark ink and applied clear embossing powder.

An adorable card made with Love Cynthia Stamps and Distress Oxide Ink. The Distress Oxides Inks are used to create a smooth and airbrushed scene with masking paper and die cuts.

To finish off the blended scene, I applied Tonic Nuvo Drops in Grey Mist and White Blizzard. I also used a Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen and Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze to add extra shine and dimension to the images. πŸ’«πŸ’›

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Hi, friends! Today I’m sharing an adorable pink card featuring the Cutieasaurus set from My Favorite Things.

I started out by creating my own patterned paper in two easy steps! First, I heat embossed the Scattered Hearts Background Stamp from My Favorite Things with Opaque Bright White Embossing Powder from Wow. Next, I added color with Spun Sugar Distress Oxide Ink. I said it before and I’m going to say it again: these inks have won my heart. They blend so smoothly and are simply a joy to work with. 😍

Adorable Pink Cutieasaurus Card Feat. My Favorite Things

Then, I cut a piece of Neenah White Card Stock to 4.25″ x 2″ and did some stamping with the Cutieasaurus stamp set from My Favorite Things. I colored the trees, plants and dinosaur using Copic Markers.

Adorable Pink Cutieasaurus Card Feat. My Favorite Things

For the greeting, I stamped one of the sentiments using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Finally, I added sparkle with a Tonic Nuvo Shimmer Pen and Tonic Nuvo Crystal Glaze. I also applied Tonic Nuvo White Blizzard Glitter Drops.

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Hi, friends! Today I’m a Guest Designer for The Ton. I’m sharing two cards and a video on their blog showing you how to create a rainbow background featuring the Peony Close Up Cling Stamp and Distress Oxide Ink.

Make sure to check out my blog post and video by clicking HERE. See you there! πŸ’•

Rainbow Colored Peony Feat. The Ton + Distress Oxide Ink

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