Saturday, 11 March 2017

Vintage Leaves Colour Fade Card

Good afternoon!
Like yesterday's project I used artist's Drawing Gum to create the look I was after. 

I stamped the leaves from Vintage Leaves in Archival Ink and allowed my cardstock to dry for a few minutes. Then I painted Drawing Gum over the leaves; you can get this from any good art store or art materials supplier. 

I then left my card front for a couple of hours to completely dry. I'm sure it takes less longer but I wanted to make absolutely sure. 

Vintage Leaves card, Stampin' Up! UK Demonstrator,

I then brayered the colour over the painted leaves - I used Old Olive and Mint Macaron which went really well together.

Once the brayered ink had dried I rubbed off the Drawing Gum. It doesn't rub off cardstock as well as it does watercolour paper (which it is designed for) so give it a good rub.

I finished my project off with sequins from the Metallics Sequins Assortment, and a sentiment from Suite Sayings (also available in Clear Mount).

Don't forget to check out the news on Sale-a-bration in the post at the top of this page.

Back tomorrow with another project, have a great Saturday,
Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, UK, Lauren Huntley, Crafty Hippy,

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