Monday, October 23, 2017

Oxide Ink backgrounds


Hi everyone!

I've been playing with my oxide inks and decided to frame one up to share today!
I've seen several cards on Pinterest using this type of idea, so I gave it a try.

My focal point is the flower from Poppystamps called," Petal Ribbon." I added a few pearls to the centers.


The frame is made with MFT's In and Out Diagonal Stitched Rectangles and the Memory Box Pinpoint Single Frame. I adhered it all on a piece of foam cut the same size to give it some dimension.




Thanks for stopping by!


Paper: SU
Dies: PS Petal Ribbon. MB Pinpoint Single Frame, MFT In and Out Diagonal Stitched rectangles
Inks: Oxide 
other: pearls



10 comments:

Betty Keefe said...

such a lovely card, Laurie - the colors of DO inks that you used are so pretty together

Lindsey said...

Wow how pretty! Love the colours and the delicate die cuts x

!neke said...

Great background !!!!!
Love the framed card !

Carole said...

Oh I adore this card Laurie...the design, the colours...everything...it's beautiful! xx

Verna Angerhofer said...

So beautiful. The background really makes that flower die pop and adding the pearls makes it very elegant looking. I love that frame design as well.

Liz said...

This is just fabulous, Laurie! The inked background is beautiful. xx

Kathy Krug said...

This is so elegant. You got a beautiful background with the distress oxide inks.

Ann Greenspan's Crafts said...

This is beautiful -- love that background Laurie. I had some oxide inks in my shopping cart at Joann.com but then decided I didn't really need them. I knew I would regret that decision and now I do after seeing your card. Very delicate looking.

LeAnne said...

Stunning!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, wow! Look how pretty this is with your gorgeous background! You're so good with those oxide inks! I have this Petal Ribbon die and must get more creative with it. I love what you did with it here, all framed up so pretty and sweet.