Good Sunday morning Followers, Friends and Visitors,
Hope everyone is fit and well and feeling rested, ready for the start of yet another week! The weeks and months seem to be flying by so quickly, before we know it we'll be preparing for that C word lol! yep Christmas and all that it entails !! Love Christmas, just not yet lol !!
Today is time for a little midway inspiration for our challenge over at the Imagination Craft's Challenge Blog. Our theme this month is 'All that Glitters.'
Please don't forget, if you enter using Imagination Craft's products, you could win a £40 gift voucher to spend at Imagination crafts. I would like to point out, only entries using Imagination Craft's products, will go through to the prize draw, although non Imagination Craft makes can get top three spots and a badge for their blog. So go on, give it a go!! someone has to win!! OK. enough chit chat, let's get down to the business of card making lol!! Here is my mid month inspiration, hope you like it.
Make a base card from white cardstock. Trim a piece of black shiny card to fit the base card, leaving a border of white card showing. Lay the stencil on top of the black card and secure to the card and worktop with masking tape to hold the stencil in position.
Using the metal spatula, spread the Chartreuse Sparkle Medium over the design on the stencil. Remove the stencil and leave the image to dry.
Spread some sparkle medium over a piece of white card, just larger than the daisy stamp itself and leave to dry. In the meantime, stamp the daisy onto a piece of acetate, using a black Stazon in kpad. Glue this onto the piece of card you coloured with chartreuse sparkle medium and cut out the flower only.
Using the frame die, cut out and emboss the frame from white card. Glue this to the centre of the black card, then glue the black card to the base card.
The chartreuse sparkle medium really shows up well against the black shiny card and looks very rich.
The last thing to do is to add some Magi-Bond Glue to the centre of the flower and add some black crushed glass particles to it. These are really good as they catch the light and sparkle.
Well that's it finished folks. Thanks so much for popping by and if you would like more inspiration, please pop over to the Imagination Crafts Challenge Blog, The design team ladies have been very busy and have created some lovely projects. I do hope you enter our challenge, we would love to see your creations.
Until my next blog, take good care of yourselves and remember, we only have one life so enjoy it!
Love and rainbows,
Big Hugs , Jennifer xx.