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If you love Distress Oxide inks(like me) and you haven't seen or tried out the glazed distress oxide technique that Jennifer McGuire shared,then you are missing out on learning a great yet simple technique...I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed creating a unique paper for the flower and leaves die cuts for my card...you do however need to have some glossy paper and Ranger Distress Glaze to try this out...

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I dry embossed a plain black cardstock panel and then lightly applied fossilized amber oxide ink on the raised edges...I adhered this panel to a plain black card base...I then cut out two small pieces of glossy photo paper and added various colours of Distress Oxide inks mixed with water...for the flowers I have used seedless preserves, salty ocean, wilted violet and shaded lilac and for the leaves I used evergreen bough, lucky clover and twisted citron shades...

Once I was happy with all the colour layering in these panels,I applied the glaze and rubbed off the excess with a soft cloth...I then simply die cut and layered the flowers and the leaves from two of the Altenew 3D layering die sets - Fantasy Floral and Rose Flurries..

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I laid out the flowers and leaves on my card front...adding adhesive foam squares wherever I needed to add a bit of dimension..and finally I stamped and white heat embossed the sentiment label on black cardstock and placed it in a way so that it wouldn't hide too much of my lovely flowers!!

And finally I have added a few white Nuvo drops to embellish my card...

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Thank you for taking the time and visiting my blog today...Have a wonderful day ahead...!!

Pri