Hello everyone! Kaylee here and I just love playing with the elements in the Blooming Friendship collection. With this card I wanted to try painting the flower with alcohol inks on watercolour paper – I love how smooth the ink went on.
- I started by stamping the flower with the burgundy re-inker, die-cut it out and painted it. With the lighter ink I coloured the outside edge of the petals first, then the middle of the petal with the medium colour, finishing up with the darker colour in the centre.
- Next up I laid/taped a mask made from ripping copy paper over the card front for the border edge and blended these 2 colours in this area.
- Then, I embossed the brick stamp to the card front and the sentiment onto acetate.
- I mounted the flower onto cardboard the glued to card front. I used the clear quick dry glue to adhere the acetate strip and finished! It’s a little tricky to capture the shine and sparkle in this project, but it looks SO pretty in person.
CO728110 Blooming Friendship – Stamp & Die – Blooming Flower
CO728129 Blooming Friendship – Stamp – Backgrounds & Borders
CO728130 Blooming Friendship – Stamp – Cherished Friends
CO724963 Embossing Powder – Basics – Glacier White
CO727337 Alcohol Ink Blending Solution
CO727326 Alcohol Ink – Red Pepper
CO727664 Alcohol Ink Glitter Accents – Peach
CO727672 Alcohol Ink Glitter Accents – Cardinal
CO728212 Alcohol Ink Re-inker – Burgundy
CDEIPU022 Dye Ink – Yellow Green
CDEIPU024 Dye Ink – Olive Green
CO728159 Cotton Watercolour Paper 300gsm
CO723978 Heat Tool
CO727381 Stamp Press
6″ square Card base and white cardstock, heat-resistant acetate, cardboard, and glue.
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