Wednesday, 20 May 2015

A Splash of Colour and a Little Bit of Sparkle. Another Sneaky Peek.

Hi there,

I just thought I'd pop by with an extra post today, to share another card with you, as Sue from Imagination Craft's  will be on Create and Craft TV tomorrow at 1pm.   This card uses their very pretty 'woodland flower' stencil and of course their  very sparkly, Sparkle Medium, such an easy product to use and gives a professional finish every time.

Fold your white card down the score line to make a 7"x7" square card.   Matt a piece of navy blue card onto the base card,  leaving a half inch border of white showing.

Cut a square of white card approximately one quarter inch smaller than the navy card.    Using the Tonic corner die, die-cut each corner of the white card.   Colour this card with Brusho paints.   When dry, lay the 'woodland flower' stencil on  the centre of the coloured card.   Mask off a small amount of the stems at the bottom of the stencil.   Spread the 'spearmint' Sparkle Medium over the design, using the metal spatula.

Add small amounts of the 'hunter green' Sparkle Medium to the leaves and stems.   Next add a little of the 'Canadian blue' Sparkle Medium to the flowers.   Carefully remove the stencil and leave the image to dry.

In the meantime, colour a piece of card with the  'Canadian blue Sparkle Medium, using a brayer or just by spreading it onto the card with the spatula and leave this to dry.

Matt your flower design onto the now dry Sparkle Mediumed card, so the blue sparkle shows through the die-cut corners.   (use Magi-bond glue to matt the image onto the glittered card, as double sided sticky tape will not stick well to the glittered surface.)   Matt this onto the base card.

Well, that's all for now folks, I will be back very soon with another 'sneaky peek.'   Cheerio for now and thanks for stopping by.

                                                                 Love and rainbows,

                                                                    Hugs   Jennifer xx.



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