Monthly Mix Challenge!

This Months Challenge is Hosted by: Mindy Eggen!

Her challenge is to create some Ombre Inked blending for your card. Here is what I came up with! I used Gina K. Designs Bold and Blooming Stamp Set

Along with some Oxide Inks for my background. I Blended them together with Picket Fence – Life Changing Blending Brushes.

I love how easy these brushes are to blend ink and to clean up! I don’t have the full set of Oxide Inks but I do have some and here are the three I used for this card! Fossilized Amber, Twisted Citron, & Peacock Feathers.

I used a little water and some reindeer – Black Onyx to add the droplets on the background!

There is still a couple of weeks left to join us in the Monthly Mix Challenge, and remember there will be 3 winner picked! Gina K. Designs a $25.00 Gift Certificates for those winners! ❤ To Join in the Challenge click – Gina K. Designs Monthly Mix Challenge

Monthly Mix Challenge!

This is my card for the challenge! Good Luck to all the entries! Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day! Hope you take a little time to get inky! ❤

Author: karenrhightower

Hello and Welcome to Karen's Creative Designs. I have been enjoying making cards for about 6 years now. I started out making Scrapbooks for the Grandkids. Searched You-Tube for techniques for background and found Gina K.Designs. I was hooked and just had to make cards! I have always been one to have a craft of some sort to do. I have done some crochet, jewelry making, pottery, cake making, ect.... you get the picture! I am hooked on card making and I love that it brings a smile to someones face when they receive a handmade card!

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