Lisa Horton is launching a new One Day Special on Hochanda tomorrow with the first set of dies from Sue Wilson's November Release. I had a little time so I have made some samples for the shows. I thought I would share one with you today -
Heat Emboss Acetate. I added some CS Glue to it. I misted with water and used my finger to spread the glue all over. I then sprinkled CS Pixies Powders all over, completely covering all of the glue. If I remember correctly, I used Aqua Lagoon, Purple Violet, Candy Pink and Pewter. I misted lightly with water and then sprinkled some CS Sparkle Star Diamond Frost and CS Silver Chrome Glitterbitz over. I scrunched up a piece of White Tissue Paper, opened it out and added it to my background. I pressed it down carefully with a piece of Kitchen Roll and then put it aside to dry (a couple of hours).
Coconut White Card using Sue's Double Pierced Squares. Once my background was dry, I added my frame using Woodware Foam Tape. I matted onto a couple of pieces of Coconut White Card.
I cut the Industrial Chic Corner out of Steel Pearl Card twice and glued them to my background, tucking them inside my frame.
Industrial Chic Butterfly & Dragonfly Die Set out of Coconut White Card. I shaped it and glued it to my background, securing at the body and antenae only.
Inspirational Words die set out of Black Gloss Card and added them to my frame as shown.
Thanks for stopping by.
Great card Julia, the background is stunningReplyDelete
Marion S x
This card clever, not too industrial looking. Once again the background is great.
Just love all the elements. X
Good Morning Julia. WOW card this morning . Once again you created a stunning background and the new dies look stunning. Looking forward to Lisa shows.ReplyDelete
Another beautiful background from which you've created a lovely card.ReplyDelete
A lovely card, and gorgeous background.
Sue's dies really show off your background well, Julia. A great card.ReplyDelete
Good Morning Julia. This is fantastic. Why can't I get my back grounds like this ..... and those wonderful dies absolutely beautiful. I will certainly have ANOTHER TRY for this result. Kind regards Ann Toppcards Leeds.ReplyDelete
Morning Julia, lovely card todayReplyDelete
Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx
Good Morning JuliaReplyDelete
Stunning card this morning I love the colours and the layout.
I am using Chrome to post this. I think it is Safari which I have always used, that is having a problem allowing me to post for some reason. Sigh! never mind.
Hi Julia Lovely card I really like Dues industrial chic dies they are so differentReplyDelete
Fabulous card JuliaReplyDelete
Stunning Julia love what you have created you do truly inspireReplyDelete
Thank you june Horrocks xxxxx
Morning Julia, I absolutely adore the Industrial Chic die sets as I'm a steampunk obsessive, I love this !!ReplyDelete
Lots of love from Patricia xx
Hi Julia this is a stunning card I love how you have used the dies. Have a great day. Take care. Hugs JackieReplyDelete
I love these sort of backgrounds. I have made with Lacquer but must try the glue as you have in this project.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the sneak peek.
These industrial chic dies are a 'must have' on my wishlist, I think they are just so different and all work together so well...this background technique always works so beautifully, the colours here are amazing....your card is amazing, thanks you Julia...luv Ursula xxReplyDelete
Lovely card and great inspiration.
Stunning I’ve had a go at the background I don’t remember having to heat it....? But it was a long time agoReplyDelete
Fantastic card Julia x your background looks amazing behind sues new dies x thankyou Julia xReplyDelete
Theresa w x
Hi Julia, a great combination of some of the new die release. Love the background. BxReplyDelete
Great card Julia xReplyDelete
Stunning card. Love it.ReplyDelete
Brilliant card today especially the background. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
WOW, love this card JuliaReplyDelete
Gorgeous card with a stunning background! xxxReplyDelete
Stunning card Julia xx hazelReplyDelete