My "trash" that was recycled is the striped yellow bag. I tore it in tiny pieces than covered a piece of watercolor paper with a glue stick. I stuck the little bag pieces to this, then stamped my versamark pad on the panel. I covered it with UTEE and heat set it. I repeated this, let it cool, then bent it many times to crack the UTEE.
To get the glitter splatters, I mixed water and liquid glue, loaded my aquapainter with it, and tapped it over the leaves. Then I poured silver glitter on the leaves, shaking off the excess that did not stick to the glue splatters.
Date: Friday, October 20, 2017 GMT Views: 336
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Fri, Oct 20, 2017 @ 12:23 PM
Nicole, this card is so creative... and artsy. It's like a smorgasbord of techniques. Who knew one could make a bag look so fabulous with some embossing powder and then cracking it and adding some glittery splatters! You've mastered recycling for sure!
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