MARBLED FLOWERS

Posted on May 5, 2017 in Big Shot Die Cut Machine, Imagine, LO MAS RECIENTE, So Suzy Stamps, Tarjetas, Tecnicas, Tutoriales

Marbled flowers, or better, marbled paper is the project that I have to share with you today. I made this using one of the new flowers from So Suzy Stamps, I used the Olesya Bloom and I have to confess that these flowers have me crazy! Take a look at my card:

MARBLED FLOWERS

I made this card using two different techniques, the marbled background and the masking technique.

To create the background I used a piece of Whisper White card stock, but to obtain these amazing colors I mixed a small amount of shaving cream with a few drops of Fireworks. Yes, this is the reason why I called it a marbled background. I used three different colors of Fireworks: Lilac Posies, Dandelion, and Cantaloupe.

MARBLED FLOWERS

Then I passed the paper over this mix and let the paper dry in a natural way. At the end I have a shimmer touch and wonderful soft colors, perfect to stamp my flowers using Memento Ink and the masking technique.

MARBLED FLOWERS

With this stamped piece, I cut a frame using a dual stitched rectangle frame die cut and I decided to use both parts of the die cut. Also, I cut the same piece using fun foam white, but I only used the big rectangle.

MARBLED FLOWERS

I pasted the tiny border directly over the card base and the fun foam behind the stamped rectangle and then the entire piece over the card base to have two different levels or more dimension. As a final touch I stamped the sentiment Simple Miss You using the same color of Memento Ink that I used to stamp the Olesya Bloom flowers.

MARBLED FLOWERS

OMG, I really love this card and I hope you like it too. It is easy to make and it looks fabulous with the shimmer, the marbled background and the lineal flowers.

If you want to see all the new So Suzy release just CLICK HERE, you will love all of them and you will also love to see the new additions to the store!

See you soon!

3 Comments

  1. Beautiful. What ate Fireworks?

  2. Lovely! How do you get rid of the smell of the shaving cream? I’ve found that it lingers for days and days and I know some people are sensitive to odors.

  3. qué bonita técnica. Ya había oído trabajos con la espuma de afeitar, pero no este efecto marmoleado. Preciosa la tarjeta

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