I did a dry embossing with hero arts background stamp then watercolored and wiped off which created the resist. Went back a few times to create more watercoloring. Cut the balloons out of the background using a simon says stamp balloon die and then cut the happy out of white card stock and purple heat embossed. Then heat embossed the sentiment with red embossing powder.
Date: Tuesday, August 5, 2014 GMT Views: 1180
Registered: March 20, 2008 Location: Hamilton, Ontario Canada Posts: 492
Tue, Aug 05, 2014 @ 9:09 AM
Oh my goodness, I love, love, LOVE these vibrant and gorgeous textured balloons!!! They absolutely stopped me in my tracks, and I first put your card into my favorites so I could be sure to go back and take a closer look anytime. This artwork is absolutely STUNNING!!! I would love to try this myself! ANYONE would be absolutely THRILLED to receive such a gorgeous card!!!
I look forward to checking out your gallery when I have some time to browse and enjoy your other artwork! WOW, you are one talented artist!!! BEAUTIFUL!!!
OK, I'll stop rambling, I apologize--I'm just so taken with your balloons, and how you've wisely highlighted them so that they take center stage. LOVELY!!!
I hope that you will be asked to do a tutorial on this technique, I for one would love to see it. Perhaps you have already done this on your blog, I'll have to check that out... :)
I also love the texture on the sentiment, really neat the way it goes with the twine on the balloons, you've thought of everything!!! :)