FABULOUS SHADES OF FIREWORKS
Fabulous Shades of Fireworks. Stencils are one of my passions and they’re the best tools when you have to use inks and sprays. In this project I combined these elements to create a dimensional background and keep the shimmer that only the Fireworks can offer me. This is a fun technique where you could use with any kind of stencils for your cards or journals. Take a look at my card:
Take a piece of card stock and secure it with your stencil. Spray the paper with Dandelion Fireworks and Tuxedo Black Fireworks. Keep in mind that the effect obtained with the sprays is unpredictable, but you can obtain less intensity of the color when you apply the spray from afar and more color when you apply it closer to the paper.
Remove your stencil and clean it with water. Place stencil again over the paper with a little adjustment of the original image and select the color of ink that you want to apply. Apply the ink on the free areas. I chose the pink from the Kaleidacolor Baby Powder and I applied the ink with a brush.
Remove the stencil and clean with soap and warm water. Add another layer of color. Combine colors of ink or use only one.
Paste the decorated layer over the card base using Tear It! tape. Cut a sentiment using gold paper and apply the embellishments with On Point Glue.
Finally add the black stripe to the side as an accent. One of the features of On Point Glue is it also works great for larger or heavier pieces.
- Fireworks: Dandelion and Tuxedo Black
- Kaleidacolor: Baby Powder
- On Point Glue
- Tear It! Tape
- Craft Mat
- Card Stock and Gold Glimmer Paper
- Swirl Stencil by Hero Arts.
- Fabulous Die Cut by The Ton
- Black Rhinestones