Monday, December 16, 2019

CAS Card with Distress Oxide Spray

Hello friends! 

I am back with another Distress Oxide Spray-related card. 
When we talk about the Sprays.... you might think: 
"Oh no, the sprays are so inky and they make projects look too messy...".
Well, there is some truth to that. However, they do not have to be inky and messy.
Merry everything -002

You might recognize the color scheme from my previous project (see above).
Merry Christmas

I took the same DIY Watercolor paper and die cut the Stitched Loops Die .
The frame serves as the focal point and also gives some extra colors to the white card-stock.
Merry Christmas

Based on that color palette, I stamped the Christmas tree and branches in Cracked Pistachio, Feathered Peacock and Evergreen Bough.
Merry Christmas

That is the beauty of having the Distress Oxide Sprays AND Distress Oxide Inks.
Because you can now totally match the exact colors.
Merry Christmas -001


I love the CAS design and thought the images and colors do speak volumes!
I hope this post is helpful to you when you see products such as distress Oxide Sprays and Ink.
 Thanks so much for stopping by! 

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edited on Dec. 17th
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7 comments:

Sue D said...

So cute. Love this tree and your choice of colors and the framing.

Denise Bryant said...

Pretty card! Love that sweet tree image!

MadeByMeghanK said...

What a fun frame and colors!

Karthikha said...

Soo pretty! I love the CAS design and the beautiful frame for the tree :)

brandco2450@gmail.com said...

This is really pretty, Virginia, and the colours are just perfect!

conil said...

Terrific card. Like the way you breakdown your process to make it easier for amateurs like me.

Linda BL said...

That is the cutest tree! It looks lovely framed by the colors of the new Distress oxide sprays.