In My Neighbourhood

 I am posting this card today as part of my post for Wednesday, where I will also be posting on Scrap'n Stamp Canada showing a different card done using this technique. 

Last week I watched a video on YouTube showing distress inks used on Photo paper, or glossy paper. In this case I used glossy card stock. I used my Ranger Alcohol Ink Brushes as they flowed nicely on the glossy card stock, using the brush on its side. The die set that coordinates with the stamps has a die that is for landscaping purposes, and in this case I used it to represent the cliff.  
 I stamped the houses using Memento Ink. The magic happens when you wipe the entire piece with a baby wipe. These colours are brilliant and wonderful. I used my Micron Pen to do my doodling.
I will have a video on my card that I do for Wednesday showing you how I do that card, which will have some smooshing.

I have provided links to the products I used on this card below, with the USA links first, and beside those the Canadian Links. 

Thank you for visiting today. I hope you have enjoyed this card.


  1. This is BEAUTIFUL, Kia! I LOVE the sentiment on this! ;) I've not tried Oxide Inks on Photo Paper, & as I look at your card, I see I MUST! ;) It gives a touch of an artsy feel to it! BEAUTIFULLY DONE, Kia! AND INKY HUGS for coming over to visit!!! ;)


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