I cut the A4 Synthetic paper into quarters and used one of the quarters. I applied some Alcohol Ink Blending Solution all over the page then randomly dropped the mix of Alcohol inks onto the page. Each time I used a colour I used the blower to spread the inks around. The Pearl sheen was stunning and all of the colours were so vivid. Once I felt happy with the mix I allowed it to dry.
I stamped and embossed the large shell stamp onto one corner, then die-cut it out. I cut the page on a diagonal and die-cut the other 2 elements. I glued the inked section to the bottom of the cardbase and added a thin strip of glitter card to it’s edge. I cut out a sentiment panel and inked the edges.
The Liquid Scrap Spots were excellent for gluing the thinner elements – they were clear and gave them height. I used the a mix of the other glues for the elements.
I cut the coral die-cut apart and spread it around the shells. On the sides of the card I just added a couple of sequences with a drop of glitter glue in their centres – and that’s it!
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