July 05, 2018

Glazed Distress Oxides

Hi Everybody,

This techniques is a lot of fun and no two will ever look the same no matter how hard you try.

Let the inks build up the layers and don't worry about it as you work, but choose the colours that will compliment your image or colour scheme.

The Oxides will dry with a chalky look but once you add the glaze all the under colours will come out and the effect is really lovely.



Have fun as you play ... that is what crafting is all about and you will be amazed at the different effects you will get from other colours

When you make them into cards add embellishments to enhance the colours. Die cut them or make them into strips and weave them. Add other die cuts to them ... especially a large sentiment or simply add flowers as I did with one of mine.

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx

14 comments:

  1. Morning Christina, fantastic backgrounds which make beautiful cards.
    Nancyd xx

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  2. Lovely card, really cute.

    Michele

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  3. More good ideas- lovely cards. Have recently started making backgrounds but haven't used the glaze- another "must try" ! xx

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  4. Great technique Christina and just love your card.
    Must get some glaze.
    Love Val in Spain x

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  5. Love your card Christina the glaze is great must get some I used to use it a lot
    Thank you love June Horrocks xxx

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  6. lovely technique, very pretty cards xxx

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  7. I love this technique you make such pretty cards
    Love sue xx

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  8. Hi Christina
    A lovely card today. Have started making my own backgrounds, but haven’t used the glaze. Look forward to seeing the video.

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  9. Hello Christina,
    A great way to make backgrounds an the cards are lovely, thanks for the video.
    Maureen x

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  10. Another amazing background technique, thank you for sharing with us Christina....beautiful cards with it too....luv Ursula xx

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  11. Ohh quel adorable petit lapin,c'est trop mignon!

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  12. A great technique, a little bit messy but easy to create beautiful backgrounds. Thanks for sharing.
    Carmen

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  13. I do love the way that makes the colors pop, lovely!

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