Distress Oxides on a flower card

Weekend is soon here! Woohoo!
It's also the first Friday of the month which means that a new Craft Stamper Take It Make It challenge starts.
This month we have again a fabulous prize for one lucky winner: Three stamp sets by Uniko!

Entering the challenge is easy: Create a project of any type, include stamping somewhere on your project, link a picture of the project to the Craft Stamper September challenge post, and keep your fingers crossed!

My first September project is a layered flower card:

Here's how I made it:
I dabbed pink Distress Oxide ink ('Worn Lipstick') on my craft mat, misted the colour with water, and picked the ink up using white mixed media cardstock. I dried the colour with my heat gun, and repeated the step with yellow ink (Distress Oxide 'Fossilized Amber').
I took out my Tonic Studio Tim Holtz stamping tool, and stamped the flower image on the inked backtround using black VersaFine pigment ink.

Then I stamped the flower image again on white semi-glossy paper. This time my ink was Memento Tuxed Black ink, as that ink works well with alcohol markers.

I coloured the flowers with Promarkers, cut out, and glued on the inked and stamped background. Before die-cutting the sentiment word I attached two-sided tape on the back of the paper, and therefore did not have to use glue when adhering the sentiment on the vellum strip.

The lovely flower stamp by Carabelle Studio works well on small ATC backgrounds, too!

Wishing you a nice weekend. Hope you have enough time to do what you love. Whatever it may be!

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