I applied paint in my 3 colors over the white stock using a dried out foam brush (hence the intersting streaks) then I applied modge podge, laid on the sheet music and burnished with a bone folder. Lifted off the paper to reveal the transfer. On a scrap of glossy white I swiped random colors of fluid chalk DTP. While that was drying I die cut the fairy & butterfly from ebony cardstock. Laid my die cuts on the glossy piece, traced around them & fussy cut to use as backing for the wings. ( I curled the wings slightly using a bone folder.) Did a wavy cut on my bg edged with with raven black pigments & embossed with black EP. I inked a portion of the sentiment with pink marker and stamped over the bg. Then assembled all my elements on an aqua cardbase.
Date: Friday, February 24, 2017 GMT Views: 346
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 86133
Sat, Feb 25, 2017 @ 12:49 AM
Like that feathery sponged border I liked so much, the effect of your dried foam is something you couldn't achieve if you set out to... or not without a lot of trial and error. Love your title and dancing partners.
Another one of your cards that has me inspired to try the technic for it wouldn't be possible for me to case being I don't have these adorable fairy dies in my arsenal of tools. Till I do this will need to be in my high ho fav list. MMFS