MIX24 Ride Hard

This is my card for this week’s Mix-Ability (MIX24) Challenge on Splitcoast. The challenge this week (MIX24) is to use a paper napkin to decoupage on your project. I went my own way on this because I didn’t have any napkins with a print. Instead I used ink to create a pattern on a plain white napkin.
I have some more western fun to share today with a oh so fun card using stamps from the DK Designs stamp line at Impression Obsession. The new release that will be available July 22nd.

My card uses the following IO products: C13145 Barbed Wire, D13167 Rodeo Silhouette 3, C13164 Ride Hard

I created a simple one layer card by stamping with multiple colors of Clearsnap Premium Dye  inks onto Straw cardstock (Discountcardstock.com). Ribbon is from Really Reasonable Ribbons.

I inked up a plain white napkin with Colorbox Premium Dye ink refills mixed with a little water (Guava, Banana, Jalapeno).

I attached my napkin to a piece of white cardstock with Mod Podge.

I trimmed the excess napkin parts and then used an embossing folder to get the pretty flower pattern (Sizzix Flower & Wreath set Textured Impressions Embossing Folder)

My last step on the background was to add a few drips of Tangerine ink. In the midst of making my project I had a little spill so I used the ink that had pooled in the cap of my Clearsnap Tangerine Ink Sprays! with a paintbrush. Hate to waste pretty ink. :)

I finished my card by stamping the cowgirl and phrase in Colorbox Premium Dye ink Guava and Tangerine and the barbed wire border in Licorice.

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5 Responses to MIX24 Ride Hard

  1. WOW!Beautiful card!Great background!Love the colors!!!

  2. I came by way of SCS. I was so curious how you created this since I couldn’t see the tissue paper! AWESOME and thanks for sharing the pictorial!!! Stunning card!

  3. Great card! I love how you ended up embossing it. I love the pink and the layers and how you colored the sentiment too! Great job. Awesome colors! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  4. That background is fabulous. It really sets off the stamped image.
    Carol b

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