After watching a Tim Holtz video yesterday, I decided to give the Distress Oxide inks a try on Glossy White cardstock. What you can't see in the photo is the overall shiny look to the card. I must say that I do like the look of them on the glossy.
It was a bit of a learning curve for me but I am happy with the outcome. One of the thing I discovered is once completely dry, the color will rub off on your fingers. To eliminate this for the recipient, I simply went over it gently with a paper towel. It took off all the "chalky" feel and left a very nice shiny look. It's the only time I have known these inks to rub off. On the other papers I've used them on that does not happen. By completely dry, I mean that I dried each layer of color I applied with my heat tool then, set it aside to dry overnight.
Stamp Set: Believe (Momenta); Distress Oxide Inks: Faded Jeans, Fossilized Amber, Peeled Paint, Spiced Marmalade, Vintage Photo, Wilted Violet, Worn Lipstick (Tim Holtz); Cardstock: Always Artichoke, Glossy White (both Stampin' Up!); Other: Sequins, White Blizzard Glitter Drops (Nuvo)
The sketch I used is from the CAS(E) this Sketch Challenge. For all the challenge details and to share your project, click the image below.
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