Lawn Fawn Critter Concert with Distress Oxides – 2 Ways

Hello!

Today I am back on The Foiled Fox’s blog with a guest post and I have two cards to show using Lawn Fawn’s adorable Critter Concert stamps and dies from their summer 2018 release. I was curious on how Distress Oxide Inks work for watercoloring – I have never really tried them out for this technique yet. I usually use them for ink blending, which works like a charme and has become my go-to because of that! So today I am comparing two ways to do emboss resist: watercoloring & ink blending, both with the same colors of Distress Oxide Inks.

MY TWO CRITTER CONCERT CARDS:

Lawn Fawn Critter Concert with Oxide Inks 1

 

You’ll find a cardmaking tutorial with a Copic Marker Guide for coloring on The Foiled Fox’s blog!

Have an amazing day! ♥

Rosali

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USED SUPPLIES:

Stamps & dies:

Lawn Fawn – Critter Concert Stamps & Dies
Lawn Fawn – Everyday Sentiment Banners
Lawn Fawn – Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables

Paper:

Neenah Solar White (Classic Crest) – 110 lb and 80 lb
The Stamps Of Life – Ocean Teal Cardstock
Ranger / Tim Holtz – Watercolor Cardstock
Black Cardstock

Inks:

Ranger / Tim Holtz – Distress Oxide Inks
Lawn Fawn – Jet Black Ink
Versamark Ink Pad

Other supplies:

Wow Embossing – Bright White Super Fine Embossing Powder
Scotch – Foam Mounting Tape
Copic Markers
Colored Pencils (Caran d’Ache – Luminance Pencils / Chameleon – Color Tones Pencils)
White Gel Pen

Embellishments:

Tonic Studios – Nuvo Crystal Drops (Gloss – Caribbean Ocean, Dandelion)

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3 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Critter Concert with Distress Oxides – 2 Ways

  1. I’m still getting used to the distress oxides, so it’s interesting to see how they look when they have been used as watercolours. Thanks for experimenting for us – super cute cards as usual! xx

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