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Hi everyone! I am excited to be back! I hope you had a good weekend! I took a few days off from crafting. I got stung by a bee in my hand and with the swelling I was unable to color! I am happy to be back! I hope this post finds you doing well! Today I am sharing a slimline card using one of the stencils in Collection A.
I started by spraying a temporary “glue” spray to the back of my stencil and then placed the stencil on Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock. To create the background I used Distress Oxide inks to create a rainbow background. I used the following oxide colors:
- Picked Raspberry
- Spiced Marmalade
- Squeezed Lemonade
- Cracked Pistachio
- Peacock Feathers
I used my blending brushes to complete the process and continued until I had a smooth blend. I then added some splatters to the background and once dry I felt I needed a bit more visual interest on the background. I then used washi tape to create 3 diagonal stripes. I used Brutus Monroe Glitter Glaze in Gold to create the stripes. I then removed the stencil.
I then trimmed my panel using a slimline die – Gina Marie Designs/Scrapbook Outlet. I glued this to my slimline card panel. I then chose 3 sentiments from Super Sentimental and heat embossed these on black cardstock using Alabaster White Embossing Powder. I adhered the sentiments using foam tape. I added a few sequins and my card base was complete.
I then used the stencil to add a little design to the corner of my Envelope – Brutus Monroe. I used Distress Oxide Ink in Cracked Pistachio. I love the added color on the outside of my envelope!
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To begin I started with a watercolor base panel. I wanted to create a bright background with stripes to highlight these cute butterflies. I started by taping down washi tape in different size stripes going across my panel. I then used distress oxide inks to paint the stripes. I love coloring with these inks – you get such bright color! I used picked raspberry, mustard seed, peacock feathers, and spiced marmalade. I did each stripe 3 times to ensure I had bright colors. I then carefully peeled the washi off and set it aside to dry. Once it was dry I placed this under heavy books to flatten the card panel.
I stamped several butterfly images on neenah 80lb cardstock. I used my scan and cut to die cut my images. I then used Brutus Monroe Rainbow embossing powder to add sparkles to the insides of my images. I used an embossing pen to do this and added the powder, then heat set. I did this several times to get the right amount of sparkles.
I then used Tattered Rose and Worn Lipstick to create a blended background. I blended the 2 colors until I was happy with the color. I added splatters to this using gold perfect pearls. Once dry, I used Brutus Monroe Circle Foundation dies to cut my blended piece. I adhered this to my card panel using foam tape. I also used foam tape for my butterflies. I stamped the sentiment Butterfly Kisses from the stamp set. I added a few sequins to add a little more sparkle to my card.
Have a great day crafty friends!