Welcome to the CTMH November Technique Blog Hop "Inky Fingers!"
I love inking! We have so many great ways to ink: duabers distressing the edge of cardstock, our new oxide inks creating backgrounds, smooshing, splatter, sprintz, using ink as "water colors", inking stencils, and the list goes on. I cannot wait to see what others have done.
I've been playing with our new ink oxides. For this card I used two techniques; blending and resist. I first used the mandala template from stencil pack # 1, inked the inner circle with the Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide, then clear embossed over it and continued to use Mowed Lawn, more Peacock Feathers and Chipped Sapphire from top to bottom including over the embossed center, wiping off the fresh ink from the embossed area. Framed the card with the Stitched Rectangle Frame Thin Cut. I cut the shaker card using our Happy Birthday Shaker Window Thin Cuts, and added the stickers from our new Serenity Papers and stickers, I absolutely LOVE that paper!!