Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Color Bursts and Gesso

 Today I'm sharing two cards I made using one of my new Tim Holtz stencils, some color-burst powder, and gesso!

For my first card I sprinkled a bit of Ken Oliver's Colorburst (in Lime Green) onto watercolor paper, spritzed it with water and heat set it. I then laid my Lace Stencil (Tim Holtz) over the corners and applied gesso. The extra large sentiment is cut using the Sizzix letter set Nouveau and a few gold sequins accent the corners.
For my second card, I laid the lace stencil (Tim Holtz idea-ology) over my watercolor paper, tapped out a bit of lime green color burst, spritzed and then dried it with my heat gun. This simpler card has a tiny baker's twine bow across the top and the oversized sentiment in the bottom corner.
These cards were fairly quick to make and remind me of springtime when everything starts turning green again--can't wait!

This post linked to:
The Paper Players - Use a sentiment as your focal point
Allsorts Challenge - Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes

7 comments:

Mervi said...

Fabulous and lovely card!
Thank you for sharing at Allsorts,
good luck;-))m

Conniecrafter said...

Oh wow that is such a cool idea and I do love the springtime look of it!! I have yet to try color burst but I see so many neat cards with it I have a feeling I will be trying it out very soon :)

Claire Broadwater said...

The background you created is gorgeous! Love all that green and the sequins! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week! XX

Tracy said...

Fab creation, thanks for joining Allsorts challenge, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Joanne James said...

What a great background - love the spring green too. Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

Valentyna Komisarenko said...

OMG!!! This is absolutely awesome! The color is fantastic and texture is amazing. Thank you for sharing your card at Paper Players!

misty delgado said...

Esther, your cards are lovely! The colors and textures are perfect. The floral design is soo pretty!
Thank you as always for sharing your talents with us at Word Art Wednesday!
Blessings,
Misty D
WAW DT

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