Gerda Steiner Designs Lucky Duck & Distress Ink Background

Happy Hello and welcome to Friday! I have a card to share today that I created for 7 Kids Your Crafting Supply Store and a process video.

Have you SEEN there are new Distress Ink Oxides coming out!? Twelve new gorgeous, bright colors and I can’t wait! Best part  — you can PREORDER them from the store now so don’t wait! I love the Oxide inks! They blend so well together and give such cool effects.

I’m using some colors from the original batch for my background today. I blended Cracked Pistachio, Broken China and Faded Denim onto Neenah White Solar Cardstock and spritzed some water on it for the splotchy effect. Then, I cut my frames from it using my Single Stitched Rounded Rectangle die from MFT. 

For the little duck, I stamped two but actually only ended up using one. This is from the Lucky Duck set from Gerda Steiner Designs which can also be purchased through 7 Kids Your Crafting Supply Store. I stamped it with my Misti tool onto Neenah White Solar Cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink which is a copic friendly ink.

I colored my duck up with my copic markers and cut it out my Scan N Cut Machine.  Using my Misti tool again, I lined up my sentiment and stamp in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink onto my middle layer. I adhered my card together with my Scotch Advanced Tap Glider and Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive. 

To finish off  the card I added some sequins from Neat & Tangled Mermaid Tail Collection and Nuvo Morning Dew Crystal Drops. 

**PREORDER the new Distress Ink Oxides!! **
Gerda Steiner Designs – Lucky Duck
Distress Ink Oxide: Cracked Pistachio, Broken China, Faded Denim
Blending Tool
Craft Mat
Neenah Solar White Cardstock
Single Stitched Rounded Rectangle Die – MFT
Sizzix Die Cutting Machine
Nuvo Morning Dew Crystal Drops
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
Scotch Advanced Tape Glider
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Mini Misti Stamping Tool
Foam Squares
Neat & Tangled Mermaid Tail Mix
Scan n Cut Machine
Copic Markers: DUCK: Y19, 15, 02 BEAK/FEET: YR15,07

Don’t forget to check out my process video to see how I created it! I’ve sped it up so you don’t get too bored! Thank you for stopping by!

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1 Comment

  1. Neat way how you alternated the background colors with that cute duck.

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