New Distress Color: Scorched Timber

Hello there, crafty friends. There is a new color in the Distress Ink family! Let me introduce you to Scorched Timber…
I’m a fan of bold bright colors so I have to admit, I don’t typically gravitate toward brown. However, I feel like it is a great color paired up with other colors. It can really ground other colors. On my card, I paired it with colors that really compliment it like reds, pinks, and teals…
To create this card, I started by die cutting THIS die from white cardstock and ink blending with THIS new Scorched Timber Distress Ink using THIS new mini ink blending tool. I also ink blended the remaining pieces of the cake using a variety of pink Distress colors. After adhering all the pieces together, I spritzed the whole piece with THIS shimmer spritz to add sparkle and shine. I also added some of THIS on top of the cake layers.

After adhering THIS die cut sentiment on top of the cake, I started applying ink through THESE stencils to create the background. I used Scorched Timber for one of the layers. I die cut the piece with THIS wonky rectangle die and another teal piece to add a strip along the bottom. I finished off the design by adding a few sequins along the bottom.

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