Mar 12, 2018

Frilly Flowers with Oxides

Hello! Welcome to another Dies R Us Inspiration blog post.
It's Judy here with you, and I have another inspiration for you. Today I am playing with Distress Oxides, and a Tutti Designs die called Frilly Flower Frame.

Here is my card:

Here's how I made this card:

First I covered a piece of watercolor paper with Distress Oxides using the smooshing technique.
Next I cut out the image with the Frilly Flower Frame Die.

Then I die cut the image twice more with purple card stock and adhered the 3 layers together for a more dimensional look.

Next I dry embossed the background panel with the Stampin' Up Petal Burst Embossing Folder.

And finally I used a corner punch on the black panel to add interest. Then it was time to put the card all together.

I adhered the black panel onto a piece of white card stock and then to the 
GKD Wild Orchid card base, and added some white pearls for interest.

Here is the Tutti Frilly Flower Frame Die I used:

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6 comments:

  1. This is Beautiful Judy and what a great idea to create an oxide panel to die cut from! PRETTY!!!! Awesome inspiration ... thanks for all the details!

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  2. Those flowers are frilly AND beautiful! I love the use of your Oxide Inks, aren't they so fun? Great texture and the most perfect bow ever!

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  3. A different card every time using the oxides! Great Idea and looks like it could be mass produced in a quick time. Love that bow!

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  4. This is such a pretty card. With life going a little crazy on me at the moment, I haven't had a chance to play with oxide inks. Hoping to do so soon. Thank you for the inspiration!

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  5. wow!! this is just gorgeous! great make!

    Alicia

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