Hello again. Today's offering features a technique that I think is great. It is quite simple but can give striking results.
This card is worked entirely with Hobby Art stamps which you can find here.
i started this card by cutting the white card to size first. I started with a piece measuring 7.5x11.8 cm and increased it by 5/8" all round twice.
I used luminart radiant rain pourable inks for this. I used a blue, magenta and yellow. I squeezed some drops on my craft mat and spritzed with water. I then swooshed card though it. In reality it is very bright and sparkly.
When I was happy with colours I dried them well and stuck the 3 cards lightly with some ds tape. I stamped the images in black archival ink across the 3 cards. Then I mounted each layer on black and stuck layers down properly.
I stamped and clear embossed the sentiment and cut it in a banner shape and mounted on black. I shaped it and attached it across.
I diecut a black and a white butterfly. The white one had ds adhesive and so I covered it in iced diamond for some extra sparkle. I finished them off by adding some pearls once I stuck them to card.
I hope you like my make, Theresa xx
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Simon says stamp Monday challenge - make new friends and keep the old (new stamp, old inking technique)
Simon says stamp Wednesday challenge - something new (new stamps)
Fan-tastic Tuesday - anything goes with a splash of orange (where colours mixed orange turned up)
Hobby Art challenge - bright and happy
TTCRD - anything goes