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Bright Butterfly Card

21/05/2019 11:50

  1. On a piece of plastic I wiped one of the distress oxides onto it and then sprayed some water onto it and mixed it with a paint brush. I then turned the plastic over onto my watercolour card and pressed it onto the card. Lifting it up and moving the colour around. I tried not to mix the colours to much but blended them together and layered the colours by drying them in between each application of colour.

  2. After drying the colours I flicked gold paint over it all.

  3. I then coloured the butterflies in black ink with a sponge, to make them stand out against the colourful background

  4. I then stamped a sentiment that went well with the butterflies.
 
 

 

 

Katharine is a crafter from the coast of Suffolk in the UK. See all of Katharine's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Diecuts Katharine Burchell By Katharine Burchell

    1. I cut a white card base to 4 1/2" x 11 3/4" and scored the long side at 5 7/8".

    2. Using a cloud effect die I cut 3 pieces out with white card.

    3. The unicorn was cut out from white glitter card.

    4. I layered the white clouds on the card front and stuck the unicorn down with foam pads.

    5. Taking a rainbow die I cut out 7 pieces in different colours.

    6. I glued down all the pieces to form a rainbow and slightly tucked them under the large cloud die cuts.

    7. I stamped the sentiment and stars with purple ink.

 
 

 

 

Ann is a well known crafter from County Durham in the UK. See all of Ann's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Diecuts Ann Melvin By Ann Melvin

Small Square Swinging Girl

07/05/2019 11:50

  1. First I masked around the edge of the watercolour card to give a border.

  2. On a piece of plastic I wiped one of the dress oxides onto it and then sprayed some water onto it and mixed it with a paint brush. I them turned the plastic over onto my watercolour card and pressed it onto the card. Lifting it up and moving the colour around.

  3. I did this with each colour, keeping the purples together and greens together. This made a really interesting background.

  4. I then painted a silhouette of a tree in black watercolour onto the background.

  5. I carefully stamped the swinging girl in the middle of the card so the swing was hanging off the branch.

  6. I backed the tree picture onto a piece of dark grey card and added it to card blank.

 
 

 

 

Katharine is a crafter from the coast of Suffolk in the UK. See all of Katharine's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Diecuts Katharine Burchell By Katharine Burchell

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