Last card today using the Nellie Snellen Swirls Mask. This time I used Pixie Powders Scarlet Mist and Bronze Blush. Instead of spraying I sprinkled some onto my mat and sprayed with a little water and then using one of the smoothies carefully sponged it through the mask in random areas and I didn’t go right over to the edge , which I quite like. The photo doesn’t show the mica unfortunately. The card is in the shop if you want a better look.
I went around the edge with a glue pen and sprinkled Wow Fools Gold on top, tapped off and then heated to make a nice edge. I stamped my Nellie Snellen flower stamp with embossing ink pad and used the Fools Gold again and heat set. The sentiment is from Woodware Special Birthday Sentiments set. The Oval die is from John Next Door tags set. Copper Mirror card has been used to mat, as it goes well with the embossing powder.
Have a great weekend
Back again, this time same stencil but its been embossed with Wow embossing powder Silver Sparkle.
I taped the mask down so it didn’t move and then with a embossing ink pad pushed the pad through the mask. It helps if you use an antic static pad first. I then tapped off the excess and heated it . The bow is from Sue Wilson called Itty Bitty and the heart dies are from Sweet Dixie. The sentiment is from John Next Door Everyday Sentiments and its been stamped onto a vellum heart and inked with Black Stazon. Finished off with a little Silver heart pearl.
Tomorrows card uses Pixie Powders.
Todays card is the first of three post using the same Nellie Snellen Swirls mask. I recently run a class that included the mask in the price so everyone got to keep the mask to play with at home. I did different techniques for each card.
First up, simply using Distress Inks to blend through the mask. I had already decided on my fairy stamp from Nellie Snellen so I picked some pretty colours of ink to use. They were Picked Raspberry, Twisted Citron, Squeezed Lemonade and Cracked Pistachio. I just picked up one colour at a time and randomly sponged through the colour in different areas, blending and overlapping as I went.
I used some circle dies to mat and layer and then created an aperture to sponge through for where the Fairy was going. The sentiment is from John Next Door Everyday sentiments. I added some essential twinkle with a glue pen and some Glamour Dust glitter.
Tomorrows card uses Wow embossing powder.
Good morning, todays post uses the Lisa Horton Dotty Flowers stamp set. It was a card I created for my Card & Cuppa class a few weeks ago. I used Distress Oxides ink pads to stamp the flowers and leaves and then cut them out. The background has been created with a Nellie Snellen Dots mask and some Distress ink Pumice Stone through it.
The sentiment is from John Next Door Everyday Sentiments stamp and I finished off with a fine liner pen around the edges.
Back tomorrow with more ideas.