Dreams

dreams

Today I’m showing two cards made in the same way but using different products which gave different looks.

I started by taping the white area with low tack tape so that I had a white border. The card on the left was done by sprinkling Brusho’s and spritzing with water to activate them. Lots of water and blotting with kitchen paper to get the colours to blend. I dryed it with a heat gun and then Stamped the Visible Image sentiment stamp with black Archival. I used a black pen to outline the coloured area’s.

For the card on the right I used Cosmic Shimmer Iridescent Mica Pigments and spritzed with a mixture of water and Docrafts Spritzing Ink in white.  The bottle was “empty” so i added water and it turned white! It has a pearl shine to it so a total bonus:) I used the same stamp but this time used Distress ink, Aged Mahogany to stamp with and the same colour of Distress Marker to outline.  Lastly I added a little acylic heart.  I hope you like these cards and try out the technique.

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7 thoughts on “Dreams

  1. These have got the most gorgeous visual interest with the brightly coloured Brusho background and the shimmer of the mica pigments. The backgrounds set off the bold sentiments to perfection, and I love that you added hand drawn lines to frame it all. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More!

  2. What lovely blends you achieved here. A great way to highlight the bold sentiment and I love the masked and hand drawn frame, great interest for one layer cards.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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