Monday, 28 August 2017

Masculine cards

Hello Scrappy friends, welcome back.
Just a quick post today sharing two Birthday Cards.
I've been playing with my new favourite product; Tim Holtz Oxide distress inks. 
The stamp is by Viva Las Vegas and I used 
Faded Jeans, Peeled Paint and Walnut stain inks.
The background mat paper is from Kaisercraft "Factory 42."
The ink colours are, Fossilized Amber, Fired Brick and Vintage Photo.
The background mat paper is also from Kaisercraft "Factory 42."

I love the way these inks blend so well, they give a creamy, intense, matte finish
and respond to water beautifully.

Thanks for calling in, I hope you come again.

9 comments:

  1. These cards look wonderful Helen, it is amazing what back grounds one can achieve with all the products available.. the creativity is endless!!

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  2. Beautiful ink blending, Helen! Love the totally different looks--one day & one evening! Wonderfully artistic--great masculine cards!

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  3. Fabulous cards Helen! The backgrounds look great, love the blending of inks!

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  4. Oh these are fabulous Helen, loving the backgrounds onnthem both!

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  5. Aaaah...you are a girl after my own heart! Those distress oxides are so amazing and they certainly blend so easily and so nicely! Love these masculine cards...love the colour combos and the great stamp! Perfection! ;-)

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  6. Gorgeous cards, Helen, really striking - and it's always good to have some inspiration for the guys in our lives! I haven't had chance to play with any oxide inks yet, but have a feeling I'm going to enjoy them :o)

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  7. I'm so excited to see you having a play with these fun (reactive) inks! I know you will continue to enjoy them - I certainly do! I really love your perfectly blended backgrounds with the few, but bold splatters. What a cool stamp! Love love these cards, my dear. Hugs, Autumn

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  8. Oh these are gorgeous I love them both. I haven't played with mine yet I am a bit nervous of them ... silly? Yes I know but I am.. thank you for always inspiring me and pushing me just that little bit further. I may bring them out for a play today.

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  9. Wow you have created a lovely background with the inks, they are fun to play with aren't they ? That is a cool stamp as well. Fab cards

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