Coloring Die Cuts with Distress Oxide Inks

Hello again, crafty friends. Today’s card share features adding color to die cuts using Distress Oxide inks…

To create this card, I started by die cutting THIS die from white watercolor cardstock. I applied Distress Oxide inks to my glass mat and spritzed water to to color in all the areas of the die cut panel. I started with one area, for example, the flower petals. I let that dry before moving on to another area. Once the entire piece was colored, I added some details to the center of the sunflowers with a Brown Copic Marker. I cut a few panels of the same die and adhered it behind the colored one for added dimension.

I adhered all the panels to a panel that I ink blended THESE clouds on. I added a sentiment from THIS stamp set as well as a few of THESE hearts for a pop of color…

I added a few of the same clouds to the flap of the envelope to tie everything together…

Thank you for spending some time here today. Happy crafting!

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