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    That beautiful AnitaMac!
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    Would love to see more players here!!
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    Bumping to the top....
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    I can honestly say that I have definitely NOT mastered this technique! In any case, I have three cards finished and one started, so please sign me up.

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    Here are my cards:
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    My cards are ready for mailing.

    I like distress oxide inks but I only have 6 of the original release. This limits my colour pallette somewhat. Perhaps I'll invest in some more when I have the cash!

    do SWAP 1.jpg DO inks using "smoosh" technique and acrylic block- Rubber stamp - white gel pen -gold ink- varnish
    do SWAP 2.jpg DO inks "smoosh" technique - rubber stamp - Ranger Crackle Glaze
    do SWAP 3.jpg DO inks "smoosh" technique -collage - gel pen
    do SWAP 4.jpg DO inks "smoosh" technique - rubber stamping - micron pen - micron pen

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    Do you think back ground with gesso will take well to Oxide inks? I wonder.

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    Please sign me up! I finished my cards today and will have them in the mail tomorrow

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    Fantastic cards ksj! Play some more and watch videos on Pintrist or YouTube, they inspire me greatly!

    Dithespy, great cards as well. 'Smooshing' is really something I haven't done...have you played with the sponging tool at all?

    I don't know how the DO's work on top of Gesso! You'll have to let me know CQ!

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    bumping to the top again...hoping for a few more players!

    Heads up guys, if you haven't mailed anything to me in the last year, please know that my address has changed and pm me for it!
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    Sometimes I think I never learn! I have sent my cards to the wrong address again. Note to self : Always check addresses are current!!. Never mind, set 2 are done and will be on their way to the correct address this time!

    I decided to try a different technique with the distress oxide inks. I blended and either sprayed through a stencil or used a contasting ink through a stencil. I then stamped an image. After that I used other media to get the desired (or not..) effect.

    DOI II 1.jpg I used crackle glaze on the skirt. The distress oxide inks bled quite a bit because the area was wet for a long time. I quite like the result. I then varnished the remaining areas of the card.
    DOI II 2.jpg I added a rub-on of the bicycle to the unvarnished card over the distress oxide ink. This seemed to work fine. I stamped and heat embossed the words and added a paper flower.
    DOI II 3.jpg I used crackle glaze on the face which produced a great deal of colour bleeding. Not too sure about the result.
    DOI II 4.jpg This is just stamping with archival ink over the distress oxide inks and a light coat of varnish. The colour bleeding seems managable using a light coat of varnish

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    Very nix, dithedpy. The first one is my favorite because of the colors. They are all amazing.

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    Awesome Dithespy! Crackle glaze...gonna have to try that! I have some and have never used it.
    Here is a background I made this morning. I used the sponge applicator and Cracked Pistachio, Twisted Citron and Squeezed Lemonade. I spritz with water than stamped and embossed over the top. I really like the color combo!
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    Looks great, ThouArtDelyrias

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    Could I join? I plan on making cards today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThouArtDelyrias View Post
    Awesome Dithespy! Crackle glaze...gonna have to try that! I have some and have never used it.
    Here is a background I made this morning. I used the sponge applicator and Cracked Pistachio, Twisted Citron and Squeezed Lemonade. I spritz with water than stamped and embossed over the top. I really like the color combo!
    Attachment 207285
    That's very nice. Is the embossing clear or white?

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    TY Dithespy. KSJ, it is embossed in white.

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    OH My! I almost forgot...ksj1717, your beauties arrived today!
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    Was just on one of my favorite sites and found this technique! Easy and beautiful! Going to have to play with it tommorow!
    https://www.splitcoaststampers.com/r...colorimprints/
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    Thanks for letting me know, ThouArtDelyrias! Love the technique as well! I've been looking for interesting stencils, but most of them just don't excite me.

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