Friday, February 9, 2024

Prayer Circle

Blending Brushes have taken the place of sponges in card making. I keep going back and forth between these tools. I think sometimes you just need to use a sponge. Other times, the blending brush is the tool that is best. What do you use? Thoughts? 

   Hope & Prayer
   Golden Afternoon
   Botanical Layers

   Tangerine Tango A-2
   Mossy Meadow 5-3/8 x 4-1/8
   Basic White 5-1/4 x 4 (2)
   Lovely Layers Vellum 3-3/4 x 5

   Mossy Meadow
   Lost Lagoon
   Daffodil Delight
   Tangerine Tango

   Blending Brushes/Sponges
   Stamping on Vellum

   Glue Dots

First, I added color to a Basic White panel, using blending brushes. I applied Lost Lagoon to the top of the panel, Daffodil Delight to the middle, and Tangerine Tango to the bottom.

I then took a vellum sheet with circles in the middle from the Lovely Layers Vellum pack, and stamped the sentiment (Hope & Prayer) in the center with the two small flower flourishes. I stamped the birds in flight on the top (Golden Afternoon), and the larger leaves on the bottom (Botanical Layers). I used Mossy Meadow for all of the stamping. I then set it aside for a minute or so to dry.

Next, I added glue dots on the backside of the vellum sheet. I added one glue dot on each corner. I adhered this sheet to the colored background panel.

I then adhered these to a Basic Black matte, and then onto the Tangerine Tango card front.

Lastly, I adhered a Basic White panel to the inside of the card.

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