Distress Oxide Inks · Ellen Hutson · Simon Says Stamp

Birthday Card | Distress Oxide Ink

Hi-ya,

I hope everyone’s week is going well. Today I wanted to share a birthday card I made with you. I started off working with some of the new distress oxide inks and then used a mix of stamps from Simon Says Stamp and Ellen Hutson. Here is what I came up with:

This was the first time I worked with blending the distress oxide inks and I was really happy with how smoothly the colors came together. I used Worn Lipstick, Fossilized Amber, and Spiced Marmalade.

For the front of the card I used Simon Says Stamp – You matter stamp and die set along with one of the peonies from the Ellen Hutson – Mondo Peony set.

Then I finished it off with some Studio Katia Crystal Fusion Sequins – LOVE these!

Card Front

For the inside, I used the Ellen Hutson – Spread the Sparkle stamp set to complete the birthday wishes.

Card Inside

Hope you enjoyed the card. Thanks for stopping by today! You’ll find a list of the supplies I used below:

Misti Precision Stamping Tool: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

ATG Gun: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Fiskars Paper Trimmer: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Ranger Multi Medium Matte: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Simon Says Intense Black Ink

StazOn Jet Black Ink Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Grafix Vellum: Amazon

Distress Oxide Ink

Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Sizzix Big Shot: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Studio Katia Crystal Fusion Sequins: Simon Says Stamp

Simon Says Stamp You Matter – Stamp Set & Die

Ellen Hutson

* I recommend these products because I use and enjoy them and receive no compensation for my recommendation.

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