Blending with Distress Oxide Inks | Pink and Papershop


Hi, this month I’m going to show you some techniques about using Distress Oxide inks! In this post a short photo tutorial is waiting for you which I made for you with great love!

As you can see I was using only patterned scrapbook paper for my card, which is simple but also interesting! Follow the post and I will show you how I made it.

I chose the 15 paper from Paige Evans - Turn The Page, cut it to 5,25"x4" and blended it with the Squeezed Lemonade ink. Then I repeated the process with the Fossilized Amber and Wild Honey inks.

I wanted to break a little the yellow background so I cut a 5,5"x4,25" piece from the Heidi Swapp - Pineapple Crush striped paper and blended it with Tattered Rose and Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide inks.

When I was satisfied with the blending I finished the process with Distress Oxide Glaze to achieve more vibrant colors.

I chose the third paper (Flourish) from the Good Vibes collection and cut it immediately with the Lawn Fawn - Stitched Hillside Borders die cut. Here I also blended with the help of Picked Raspberry.

I made the title with watermark ink plus Altenew embossing powder and after heat embossing I blended the tiny surface with Sponge Daubers. It looks great, does it? :)


For stamping I used the Neat and Tangled - Kitty's Favorite Things which I love soo much! For the painting I was using alcohol markers.

The base of the card also receives some heat embossing, however before this I have to make sure that the result will be acceptable. If yes then a little antistatic powder follows and thanks to this my stamp will be perfect.

Finally I glued together the card not only with liquid glue but with my favorite 3D adhesive.

You can find all the used items below and if you have a questions feel free to ask. I hope I influenced you a little to try out patterned papers with Distress Oxide inks! Don’t be afraid to experiment with them because you can achieve a very unique card.

Thanks for checking my post, next time I will bring you an exciting video tutorial!

XO, Mona




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Hello lovely, I'm Mona from Slovakia, photographer, cat lover and addicted to cardmaking. I hope you will enjoy my inspirations! :)

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