Mixed Media in Blue

Challenge
CAS Mix Up: Stencil from Die

I love these challenges that get me out of my square comfort box. First I die cut cs with two butterflies then used the aperture part to lay across glossy photo paper that got sprayed with Risist Spray. Once dry I sprinkled the color burst directly on the glossy paper and sprayed with water. Once that was dry I stamped the butterflies with versa mark and heat set in white. Trimmed this down and adhered to white cs base then added green pp strip and Silhouette die cut sentiment.

14 thoughts on “Mixed Media in Blue”

  1. Oh, I love this! The white and blue look amazing together, and the touch of green finishes it all off so nicely! I’ve not tried using color burst powders yet, but I love the end result so may just have to give them a try! (Several years ago, I purchased and tried using Bisters – once – and it was a bit of a disaster! Maybe it’s time to revisit this technique!!)

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  2. First off love the blue color you achieved with the color burst for the white butterflies and that touch of green completes the look. Awesome sentiment.

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  3. You must have a stencil with matching stamp, Bonnie. What a fantastic pair! Love that rich blue background with the white butterflies! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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  4. I love the gorgeous blue background with the stenciled and heat-embossed butterlfies, Bonnie!
    The light green strip is a wonderful accent. Thank you so much for sharing this beauty with us at CAS Mix Up!

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