Water Color Super Easy with Oxide Ink

Have you wanted to try water coloring? Thought it was too hard? Well Maymay has taken the guess work out of it for you.  She is making easy but beautifully elegant cards using Distress Oxide inks to get that " painterly" look that allows the inks to bloom.  So gather up those supplies and let's create. 

Supplies used: 

Deck The Halls stamp set

Ministry Appreciation 

Distress Oxide inks: Lucky Clover and Candied Apple

Nuvo Glitter Accents: Emerald City and Ruby Slipper

Versafine ink : black onyx

MISTI stamping tool

Bone folder

Stylus tool

Acrylic blocks

White Gelly Roll pen: white

** Trimmer**

Water color paper

Water brush


~~ Tip: to help make the wreath use a circle die cut or a punch: Maymay used a 2 inch circle punch~~

You can purchase the trimmer at Cricut.com and use the discount code MAYMAYMADE for 15% off and free shipping
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so pretty – thank you for sharing

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