Sunday, April 10, 2016

Sweet Friend

Hi there friends!  Today I'm sharing a duplicate of a card that I created and posted a few days ago using the Spotlighting Technique because I had several questions on the steps I used to create it.  You can see my first card here or if you're visiting my blog you can scroll down below this post.

I actually made an attempt to do my FIRST craft video which you can watch below.  Please be gentle because it is far from perfect and I'm still learning how to create a video.  Also I must warn you that this video has NO SOUND because I ended up having to speed up the whole video to shorten the length of it and in doing so it of course affects the sound.  I'm hoping that even without the sound that you can at least see the steps I used to create my card.  And of course since this video is not edited you can see how I smudge ink on the edge of my card and how I conceal it (real life stamping in action, lol)
I used the stamp set Wildflower from Concord & 9th for my flowers and stems and the My Favorite Things, Label Maker Sentiments set for my sentiment.  I stamped on a piece of Strathmore watercolor paper and I used the Zig Clean Color Real Brushes,  an aqua brush, Zig Wink of Stella glitter pen, Sakura silver gelly roll pen and circle dies.
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8 comments:

Ericka Strange said...

Thanks for sharing. Great card and love this technique gonna have to try it.

Judy Sander said...

Gorgeous and very clever! Love following your artistic talent.

Ardyth said...

Absolutely stunning!

Joan V said...

Lynn. Oh, thanks for sharing the video. I LOVE this card. Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to try this.

Leslie said...

Lynn, you did an awesome job on the card and your first video! Thank you very much for taking the time to share your talents with us.

Lea Brawn said...

Oh wow super card. Fab colour x

HJ said...

I just had time now to watch how you made this incredibly beautiful card. Thanks for the video. I love the circles of colors withe the black. So pretty.

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, this is stunning and so cool!