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Mother's Day Card DT Project By Rhon Marquess

Posted by Shannon Woodfin on

May is for makin' according to Maymay & I've been wanting to learn to use Ranger's Distress Oxides. They seem like a lot of fun & a great multitasker for my stash. Check out this Mother's Day card I created where I use a Distress Oxide ink pad for ink dragging. 😊

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Supplies Used:

MMI Beloved Mom stamp set
Yellow cardstock cut & scored to A2 card base + scrap
Black cardstock cut to 4x5.25" mat
White cardstock cut to two 3 7/8x5 1/8" mats
Versafine Onyx Black ink
Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide
Nuvo Creative Pen #405 Indian Saffron
Stamping blocks
Yellow & white bakers twine
White flat back small pearls
Art Glitter Glue
Foam Tape
Foam Squares
Cricut Trimmer
EK Tools Scoreboard
EK Bone Folder

Score Tool
Cutterbee Scissors
Optional: Cutting Dies, Embossing Folder, Die Cut/ Embossing Machine, Heat Tool

 

1. Cut & score cardstocks as listed above
Optional: Use dies to cut mats, focal image for sentiment & mat (I chose a flower)
Can trace & fussy cut something or just cut squares or rectangles
2. Use embossing folder to dry emboss on 1 white mat or emboss with scoreboard & score tool
3. With light pressure, drag Distress ink pad over embossed mat several times until all raised images are inked
Let dry
4. Use marker to color pearls
Let dry (Can use a heat tool to dry, also)
5. Use Versafine to stamp the front sentiment
Let dry
(Can stamp inside sentiment on a 2nd white mat, if desired)
6. Wrap bakers twine around embossed mat vertically toward left & tie bow
7. Use AGG to adhere the black mat to the front of card base & 2nd white mat inside card base
8. Use thin foam tape to adhere embossed mat to black mat & stamped focal image to mat focal image
9. Use foam squares to add a focal image to embossed mat
10. Add pearls around the sentiment with AGG
*Don't forget to sign back of the card
*Use what you've got in your stash - could be decorative paper, purchased die cuts, etc
*We cut 8.5x11" cardstock in half to create card base; so why not make 2? All our supplies are out anyway, right? Simple & easy 2 for 1!


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  • Beautiful card

    Marie Lynn on

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