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I made a sympathy card with Papertrey ink Gran’s garden stamp.
I started with a black panel, rounded the corner with my corner chomper. I took white kuretake paints and added the splatters. This is a new technique for me and I am liking the look.I stamped three flowers and bunch of leaves, die cut them. On one I added glossy accents and on two stickles. let them dry overnight. I used an MFT stamp for the sentiment that i white embossed with hero arts white embossing powder and versa mark. I arranged the flowers and added sequins. I attached it to a card.
I added small bud detail in the inside.
I am adding this to a couple of challenges- Crafter’s Castle– Anything goes and share a tehnique(splatters) and Simply Papercraft-Anything goes
Thank you for visiting and for your sweet comments.
Janie Rinta said:
Such a beautiful card! I love the white paint splatters on the black card….it’s a beautiful technique and well done. Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Crafter’s Castle this month….good luck 🙂