My full blog for the Paperartsy post

It is time to go through the full lot of what I made for the Paperartsy blog.

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First I stamped images from JOFY 14 in black Versafine and then immediately added some fine detail clear embossing powder. As I did it quickly the powder stuck easily.  Using clear powder eliminates the black speckles you could end up with if you used black embossing powder.

Next I added water using a paintbrush to the flowers and sprinkled on the Brusho powder (using Gamboge and Brilliant Red). I then sprayed the card a little with some more water and sprinkled a very small amount of yellow brusho.

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I love the way the colours bleed together.

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I added some leaf green for the stems.
Next I added a border to the square of cardstock so it had got a nice frame and stamped the sentiment. 

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I added the same image to the envelope and coloured it with distress ink.

Next up I made a card using a different composition and colours. This time I went blue…
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… and was more liberal with the water. I added turquoise for the flower heads, leaf green for the stems and a little sprinkle of yellow for the petals. The extra water left the image looking a little looser.
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I also made two more cards and decorated a little bag to put them in as a gift.

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All using the same JOFY 14 stamps and techniques.
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Love how they all turned out and what a cute and easy project to make.

Feel so honoured to share this via the Paperartsy blog. Thanks so much for asking me.

Happy crafting!

Catherine

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