distress ink practice

by Jenny Cottam
(Doncaster, South Yorkshire)




These three cards are made using watercolour card, distress ink background and Lavinia stamps fairy stamps.

I've slowly been collecting a few distress inks but have not had much success with creating backgrounds so I spent one evening practising, eventually, with a few rubbish attempts I managed to produce these three.

I used Chipped sapphire for the sky, old paper and iced spruce to create the 'grass' and for the middle section round the fairy I used mustard seed and wild honey.

For the one in the frame I decided to give a hint of pink by using picked raspberry. I then lightly spritzed with water to create a slightly mottled effect.

I've finally got a stamping platform so had a great deal of fun using it to create definite black images for the fairy and foliage.

I'm quite pleased with the finished products so to speak. The one in the frame is a little extra to go with my friend's birthday present to put in her craft room.

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May 25, 2018
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by: Jenny Cottam

Thank you both for your lovely comments

May 25, 2018
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distress ink practice
by: Edith

Good evening Jenny

I have tried this type of card crafting in the past and been unsuccessful. If I had succedeed these are the type images I would have been delighted to achieve. The framed one is a brilliant idea and I am positive your friend will be delighted

May 25, 2018
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Super!!
I begin to make distress ink cards and we have to practize to arrive with a good results....and your cards are very beautiful with a lovely results!

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