Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Another try

Here is another try at doing the Oxidised Metal technique for CAS Mix Up Challenge. I didn't get quite as messy with this one as with previous efforts. I used both an embossing folder to give texture to the piece and a die  over the top. The sentiment was stamped and embossed onto a piece of mirri card too.

I haven't made my mind up whether or not I like this one! It looks better at certain angles but I can't quite capture a good one on camera!
The DT gals over at CAS MixUp have come up with some amazing examples, I take my hat off to them! Gorgeous, inspiring work!
Thanks to you all!

9 comments:

  1. I love the copper tones and the texture! Another great example of Oxidised Metal! Thanks for joining us again at CAS Mix Up!

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  2. Wonderful texture and colors, Chrissie! I love the white die cut on top! It's so hard to get a good photo of metal! Thanks so much for sharing with us again at CAS Mix Up!

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  3. Whether you like it or not, I do. A lot. So much texture and contrast, and the metal adds another dimension. This is really beautiful!

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  4. Beautiful colours for your oxidized panel, Chrissie! The embossing adds lots of dimension and texture. So pretty with the silver die-cut on top. Great work! Thanks again for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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  5. How beautiful is this! The oxidised panel looks fab .... I love the texture. Thank you for playing along with the CAS Mix Up challenge xx

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  6. I love the colors and texture of your oxidized metal panel, Chrissie! It's rustic and yet tasteful. The stitched frame and the die-cut branch are a wonderful touch. Thank you so much again for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!
    Hideko xx

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  7. Great results with the technique on this one Chrissie, the Oxidized Metal looks fantastic. Thanks for joining us again this month.

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  8. So striking, Chrissie ... gorgeous subtle shimmer and shine! It might have been a smidge messy to create the oxidised look, but the finished card is just deliciously clean ... lovely! Hugs, Anita :)

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Thank you so much for popping by, I appreciate your comments!
Thanks,
Chrissie