Monday, August 17, 2020

Written Birthday

 The main reason to make a handmade card is to create a unique card for someone. Using pigment sprinkles allows you to do that quickly and easily. Check out this unique background for a birthday greeting. What do you think?


   Basic Black A-2, Scraps
   Whisper White 5-1/4 x 4 
   Watercolor 5-1/4 x 4


Pigment Sprinkles:
   Granny Apple Green
   Melon Mambo
   Daffodil Delight
   Mango Melody
   Bermuda Bay
   Gorgeous Grape

   Die Cutting

   Well Written Framelits Dies
   Fine Tip Glue Pen

There is no perfect way to use pigment sprinkles. I shook a few flakes of two colors. Applied some water and dabbed a few spots here and there with a paper towel. I then added a few more sprinkles of another color and repeated the process until I had the panel to my liking. 

I then die cut the words: happy birthday! I glued these on using my fine tip glue pen. 

The Whisper White panel is for the inside of the card. 

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  1. I like the background. I've never seen pigment sprinkles used before. It's a nice effect.

  2. Gorgeous fall colors on your BG for this birthday card.