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Distress Oxide Ink Blended Slimline Card | Kitsch Flamingo Oxide Ink

Hello and thank you so much for stopping by!! I have this fun Oxide ink blended slimline card to share with you this week so let's jump right in!!

As always I like to cut down my cardstock to start so I have my base cut to 7 by 8.5 inches and scored at 3.5 inches and a panel to blend on that I will use a die to cut down later. I am using three Distress Oxide colours in Kitsch Flamingo, Peacock Feathers, and Cracked Pistachio, I blend between them until I get a blend I am happy with. Then flick on some clean clear water and some perfect pearls to add some texture to my background.

While my blended panel dries I cut out my Hello Friend sentiment 3 times from white cardstock and layer them together to give the sentiment more body. I used the Waffle Flower Slim Lacy Layers Dies to trim down my blended panel and adhere that to the card base. I added the die-cut sentiment on top and a few gems for some added shine. This is a fairly simple card but I think it turned out really pretty. If you would like a more in-depth look at how this card came together and how I made the slimline envelope please check out the video below. I also have a full supplies list below the video in case you want to know exactly what products I used.

Thank you so much for stopping by and I cannot wait to see you again !!


Trinity Slimline Envelope Die

Waffle Flower Slim Lacy Layers Dies

Blending tool & Foam

Kitsch Flamingo Distress Oxide Ink

Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Ink

Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxide Ink

White 110lb Cardstock

Hammermill 100lb Smooth White Cardstock

Studio Katia Embellishment Wand

Studio Katia Triangle Tray

Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear Gems

Nuvo Deluxe Glue

Tim Holtz Glass media mat

Tim Holtz paper trimmer

Score Buddy

Teflon Bone Folder

Mini Mister

Perfect Peals

Distress Sprayer

Tim Holtz Retractable Craft Pick

Reverse Tweezers

Gemini Die Cutting Machine

Purple tape

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