Jean is our guest hostess this week and has challenged us to use kintsugi on our cards. It is the time of the month where we get to send our cards to each other.
I stamped the pottery vases, coloured with coloured pencils and fussy cut. I then cut 2 of the vases & pasted back together, using the gold metallic pen in the cracks. I raised the vases, using dimensionals, onto the terracotta 'shelf'. I used reinkers & water on glossy c/s for the bg.
Since uploading this card I have added gold liquid pearls into the cracks of the pots - looks much better! May not get a chance to take another photo but, at least, it will look better for the recipient!
EDIT: Re photographed card after adding the gold liquid pearls!
Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 GMT Views: 448
Registered: April 11, 2016 Location: Fairyland Posts: 13899
Wed, Feb 26, 2020 @ 1:12 AM
Wow this is another vase/jar that I’ve found this arvo and could belong in Tuscany or South America...such rich colours. Love it. Hope you are keeping well over East..it’s stormy this end. Perfect weather for craft lol. TFS. Happy day
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Wed, Feb 26, 2020 @ 11:24 AM
neighbor! So glad to be in our arty 'hood with you. This card is so very vibrant. It just exudes life in those cracked pots that are the more beautiful in your artful hands. That turquoise panel requires multiple looks as there is so much depth of color. I would love to find this in my post box. hugs
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