Spring everywhere

Challenges
Double Trouble: Spring Things
Artsystamper:Springtime

Pastures are green, tulips are up and baby horses are arriving so I know it is spring. My card tries to capture some of this. The bg is white Text Vellum with homemade embossing paste through stencil. Once dry I added green color burst and spritz to wet and tilted to get runs. Layered on white cs base and sprayed both with pink shimmer spray. Added stripe strip, Silhouette cut greenery and stamped and die cut flowers embellished with water color and pearl centers. Created sentiment on Silhouette and printed on Text Vellum then adhered to card (I guess that is a digi?). Punched some dragonflies from leftover bg paper and added glossy accents.

Tip: Here is the recipe of embossing paste: 1/4 c. arrowroot, 2 t. white acrylic paint and 2 t. white glue. Mix and store in airtight jar. May need to add a few drops of water to get consistency you want. Mixes well with colorants but if you want glitter don’t add to paste. Instead add glitter to piece when paste has been added to piece while still wet. Cleans of hands and stencils like a dream. Stands up to more mixed media and dries quickly without cracking.

24 thoughts on “Spring everywhere”

  1. I love the colors of the sprays you used and how you achieved the lovely shimmer with them. What a beautiful card! Thank you for joining us at Double Trouble!
    Melanie

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  2. Beautiful card. The textured background is amazing and really makes the lovely flowers pop. Love the sentiment. Thanks for the recipe for the paste – would it work with cornstarch and would would the proportions be?

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  3. Beautiful technique on your background paper and it looks great with the bold black and white stripe… flowers watercolored and raise gave it more wow. Stunning card. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble and ArtsyStamper.

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  4. Such a pretty card! Love how you designed your card and the sentiment is beautiful. Thank you for sharing with Double Trouble Challenge #55.

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