Hi everyone. Over the past couple of weeks, I've been playing in my studio with different products and techniques. So much fun!! :)
The coloured panel on the above card is done with three different coloured spray mists (yellow, orange, magenta) onto watercolour paper. While it was still really wet, I placed a piece of slightly scrunched cling wrap over top and let it dry for an hour. Once it was removed, this is what I got. :) It's a very subtle design. The frost seemed to separate from the colours and it pooled where the cling wrap stuck, so the design is sparkly and sort of silver coloured. Beverly at SCS told me about this technique, and I'm so glad she did! :) Thanks Beverly!
The card above was inspired by a few challenges. I used embossing paste over my tulip stencil, so this is for Happy Little Stampers April CAS Challenge - Stenciling ... and SCS CAS Challenge #320 - Stencil it. And I was inspired by the photo from AAA Cards #37 - It's Springtime - aren't those tulips gorgeous??!! :)
Stamps: Be Happy Sentiments (Amy R)
Paper: White card base (Neenah); Watercolour (Arches 140 lb. cold press)
Accessories & Tools: Yellow, Orange, and Magenta watercolour sprays, frost white paint (Tsukineko), cling wrap, Tulip stencil cut with my Silhouette Cameo, Embossing paste (Dreamweaver), palette knife, white embossing powder, heat tool, Stitched mats (Lil' Inkers), white acrylic paint
SCS CAS #320 - Stencil It
AAA #37 - It's Springtime