Easy Ink Blending with Kitsch Flamingo | New Distress Colour | Video

Hey Crafty People!

Today’s video is a really quick and simple ink blended background, because I was so happy to play with the newest Distress colour once I finally got my hands on it!!

Kitsch Flamingo, is a gorgeous pink and once I saw Tim Holtz’s reveal and swatch live I knew I needed it!

What surprised me though, was that the KF reveal live also convinced me that I needed another of the newer colours; Speckled Egg! When I saw the gorgeous blend Tim had got from these two colours I was obsessed with getting hold of it and trying myself! So that’s what I did!

I love the way these two colours blend, and I would never put them together normally! So, now I’m going to be trialling a bunch of different colours to see what other magical surprise blends that I find!

Once I had blended the panel I spritzed some water onto it for that fun oxidation spots look and set it aside whilst I die cut my sentiment.

In the same order as the two Oxides, I also ordered some new mirror cardstock from Tonic, because I love theirs! This one is called Tidal Wave, and I die cut the oversized Hello from Waffle Flower out of this Tidal Wave. I love the way it looks against the blended background!

I added some gorgeous holographic sequins from Little Things By Lucy’s Cards; they pick up on the colour underneath them so they look different on each side of the card which I think is really cool!

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