Hey guys, Amber here from NotableInk.com. Grab your favorite color combo, and let’s play with Distress Oxides on Kraft.
Royal Sundance cardstock comes in a variety of colors and is on sale this month. This line of cardstock features rustic fibers and flecks. Use it with 3D layering dies, layer stamping, or as backgrounds.
I’ve layer stamped Altenew Build-A-Flower: Peruvian Lily with Distress Oxides on Royal Sundance Kraft paper.
Play with Distress Oxides on Kraft
Usually, when I stamp on Kraft, I start with a layer of white pigment ink to ensure the dye inks will be bright. However, I thought, why not leverage Distress Oxide pigment properties.
These inks sit on the surface of the paper, making them perfect for stamping on these Royal Sundance colored cardstocks.
Sorry folks, I don’t have a video for this card because I really did just sit down to play. That being said, this layer set is pretty straight forward and you could use any layering set you have on hand.
Altenew Build-A-Flower: Peruvian Lily
Altenew Build-A-Flower: Peruvian Lily is quite possibly one of the most realistic layering stamps out there. It’s absolutely gorgeous! I’ve added a pic of the layering guide, and I’ll note the ink I used for each layer.
Layers are labeled 1-10 in the order you see on the layering guide below. The 4th image below is the result of the first three layers. All inks were Ranger Distress Oxide unless otherwise noted.
Lily Layer Stamp Colors
Layer 1: Abandoned Coral
Layer 2: Worn Lipstick (front right lilies) Carved Pumpkin (back left lily)
Layer 3: Candied Apple
Layer 4: Squeezed Lemonade
Layer 5: Wild Honey
Layer 6: Carved Pumpkin
Layer 7: Candied Apple
Layer 8: Black Soot
Layer 9: Black Soot
Layer 10: Black Soot
Leaf Layer Stamp Colors
Layer 1: Shabby Shutters
Layer 2: Mowed Lawn
Layer 3: Altenew Evergreen Crisp Dye Ink
I splattered an A2 sized white panel with black ink and stamped the sentiment in Black Soot. Next, I die cut the lilies and leaves and arranged them with foam tape. I trimmed off the elements hanging over the bottom edge and called it done.
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That’s a wrap, friends! Let me know what you think down below and tag me @notableink ink if you pull out your Distress Oxides and have a play. I’ll be back soon with more inspiration.