Monday, April 12, 2021

Stamping with Distress Oxide

 Hello friends!

I always enjoy some simple stamping and this past weekend.

 
 I took out the Penny Black Cling Stamp "Garden Variaties" and did some "Stamp Therapy".

you are so loved

For each section, I stamped with the Distress Oxide. Each petal and leaves took me about 3 times to get the inking just right.

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I don't find it tedious to do these multiple stamping. It is always so rewarding to see a stamped image change color as you stamp.

you're so loved

Once I was happy with the inking, I inked up the background. you are so loved -001

I then adhered part of the Geometric Circles.  For the frame die, I used Sewing Stackers (awesome die!!). I love how clean and detailed the frame is!

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Lastly, about the sentiment (from Heart Hedgies).... yes, I messed it up at the end. But, I am going with the double-stamping of the sentiment. Kind of artistic, right?   I am giving away a Penny Black Die, please be sure to comment HERE. Thank you for stopping by! 

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9 comments:

Glennis F said...

A lovely result

Denise Bryant said...

So pretty! I love the Geometric Circles design at the bottom and the Sewing Stackers edge design too. Nice details! Beautiful floral design and colors!

Linda BL said...

Very pretty. I am like you, I don't mind double or triple stamping a leaf or flower to get the color I was trying to get. It is part of the fun! I like the way the sentiment turned out. Quirky is sometimes just want you are looking for!

Valerija said...

Beautiful card Virginia, love these colours.
Valerija xx

Dawn T said...

Turned out awesome Virginia. Love the save on the sentiment. Looks like it was planned.

Maura said...

Love this quintessential "Virginia" card!!! You are my mentor for this stamp simply method!!!

conil said...

This looks just like what I learned to expect from you...simply beautiful stamping in lovely colors.

Sue D said...

Lovely card--I like the colors and the circles.

Ms. Tamp said...

I like how the flowers turned out. Nice background inking.