Mixed Media Cards Using Distress Oxides by Idiana’s Creations

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Hiya wonderful crafters!! Idiana here from Idiana’s Creations with another mixed media project. Today I have an easy and fool proof way to make 3 cards with 3 different oxide techniques to highlight. Also I am using Donna Downey’s beautiful poppy stamps. Full supply list and video tutorial are below.

DONNA DOWNEY – UNMOUNTED RUBBER STAMP – DONNA POPPIES

TIM HOLTZ – DISTRESS OXIDE INK PADS: Fire Brick, Worn Lipstick, Broken China, Wilted Violet, Faded Jean

CANSON – WATERCOLOUR PAD SPIRAL BOUND – CP – 7 X 10

 EMBOSSING POWDER

TIM HOLTZ – LAYERING STENCIL – WILDFLOWER

SPEEDBALL – METAL LEAF – GOLD

SPEEDBALL – METAL LEAF – ADHESIVE SIZE

RANGER ARCHIVAL INK PAD – VARIOUS COLOURS Jet Black

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Altered Book Cover by Karen Knight

Karen_picHello!! Karen here with you again today! Hope you have had a wonderful week and are getting the chance to get a little creative!
Today I have an altered Tim Holtz Worn Book Cover to share with you. I have to admit, I have a little addiction to these things, and they are perfect teamed with a couple of packs of Tag Page pockets to keep a tag journal of all the tags I make.
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This time I’ve altered it with some of my favourite Distress colours, using Distress Paints, Distress Markers,  old book pages and some tissue wrap, and tape.  The Distress lines blend and work together so well, and are a pleasure to use, If you haven’t had a play with the Distress Paints, you really should have a go, they do some amazing things when spritzed with water before they are dry as well, and of course seeing that the range includes the whole pallet of colours we’ve come to know and love with Distress Inks, there is sure to be a colour or two  to suit everyone, wether you love more vintage grungy tones or gorgeous bright vibrant colours.
You can watch the process here:
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Thank you so much for dropping by, I hope you enjoy my little video, and thank you so much for watching.
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Until next time..
Happy creating,
Karen