Hey Friends! It’s time for the June Sparkle Blends Release Inspiration Hop!
Together with the rest of the Design Team, I will be showcasing some of the 7 new Sparkle Blends from this month’s release! We’ve got everything from 80’s Neon to a glow in the dark alien blend in this release, so if you haven’t see them yet, make sure you hop over to the Sparkle Blends Shop and check out Broken Glass, Extraterrestrial, I Love the 80’s, Pawsome Pals, She Sells Seashells, Stars & Stripes and You’re Pand-tastic! If you act quickly, there even a couple of discounted release bundles left for order!
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For my project today, I wanted to create something a little more subdued. I always need on hand sympathy cards, because when you need them, it is always so hard to make them.
Step One: I started by stamping a single tree and bird house onto a piece of watercolor paper using water soluble ink.
Step Two: I blended out the watercolor ink out so the lightest part of the card was the stamped images.
Step Three: I added a ground layer using a grey toned green art marker.
Step Four: I then adhere Broken Glass sequins to the tree limbs, letting the sequins be the foliage. I added a few sequins to the ground like fallen leaves.
Step Five: Finally, I stamp the sentiment onto the card using the same grey ink I used to stamp the tree.
I hope you find this card as pretty as I do. No on likes making sympathy cards, but if you must use one, it might as well be stunning. I just love how the Broken Glass blend creates this look of elegance.
Make sure you Hop along with us and see all the stunning projects!