Hope you're all having a good weekend. The weather has been so much better here today. Fairly warm and sunny but a chilly wind when out of the sun but hey! I'm not complaining, at least we've had some wonderful sunshine.
Tonight my card is made using Brusho paints and a beautiful stencil and stamp set from Imagination Craft's.
Below is the card we are aiming to make.
Make a base card from light blue card stock. Onto this matt a piece of black card, slightly smaller than the blue.
Take a piece of white card, just slightly smaller than the black and colour with the Brusho Paints.
Take the Kasbah Tile stencil and mask off everything but the main outer frame border and the narrow straight border, using masking tape.
Lay the stencil onto the coloured card and spread the Sparkle Mediums over the borders, remove the stencil and leave the image to dry.
When dry , trim around the inside edges of the main border, then cut out the central border. Glue this to the centre of the black card.
Fix the outer border onto the black card, using sticky foam pads to give the card some dimension.
Stamp the lily twice, using a Versamark pad and heat emboss with copper embossing powder. Paint the lilies with copper mica powder mixed with a little water. Cut out the lily only, from each image and 3D using silicone glue. Add a small amount of light copper Sparkle Medium to the petals of the lily.
Glue the 3D lily to the bottom right-hand corner of the base card.
Colour a piece of white card with the copper mica powder and water, then when dry, die-cut two corners from it, using the Tattered Lace corner die. Next die-cut three corners from black card and glue one in the top left and the other two to the bottom right, behind the lily. Glue the copper corners to the bottom left and top right.
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog. I do hope you have enjoyed your visit. I will be back in 3 days time with another creation for you.
Love and rainbows,
Crafty Hugs Jennifer xx.