Saturday, August 11, 2018

Experimenting


Not sure you can see, I used photo card that I use to print my images, sometimes I have some off cuts and my friend Lorraine who loves all things Tim Holtz and Ranger showed me a technique she found using Oxides. She knows I lose interest in You Tube with seconds, so she showed me in real life.

Since I was playing with Oxides for Make your Own Background challenge couple of weeks ago, I thought I would give it a go. The whole card is made with photo card, I buy mine from Costco, I used the off cuts to practice with.

I used the Simon says Stamp Leafy Frame and their Big Happy die from the latest release. The flowers are SSS Forget me Knot Flower die and I added some of their Stitched Snowflake for the centres.

To finish I used some Doodlebug Glitter Sprinkles and Simon says Stamp Thoughtful Messages.

The end result is a very shiny card and maybe a bit OTT. I'm pretty sure I won't use this technique for card making but to make individual bits maybe, does mean now I have to keep all photo card offcuts.




7 comments:

  1. This is just gorgeous,such a lovely design.xxx

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  2. Lovely card Debby a perfect techniqe to use up those scrap bits of photo paper

    Anne

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  3. This is a very pretty design with the leafy frame and the lovely blue behind, and the flowers and large sentiment die look great Debby. The shiny photo card works really well. x

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  4. A Beautiful card and interesting to hear about the photo paper.
    Faith
    x

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  5. Oh wow this is super, what a great card, love it, Hazelxx

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  6. Lovely Debby..I love the leafy frame and pretty colours and just bought my first ever oxide inks.

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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