Hello again! Well, here is number 20 in my 365 day challenge.
Today’s them was hope. It’s something that we all experience in different ways and that often keeps us going.
This artist trading card was created in the following way.
I started with a piece of watercolour cardstock and scribbled on it with some Inktense pencils. This was then spritzed with water and left to dry.
Black Versacolor ink was then used to stencil a floral design (by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer from The Crafters Workshop) and left to dry.
I then applied a combination of pearlescent and black embossing powder to the floral area using PVA glue. This was then heated until it melted and bubbled and left to cool.
The word “hope” was then stamped using mini alphabet stamps and I then traced over this using a Pigma Micron pen, joining the letters to give them a more organic hand-written feel.
The finished design was then mounted onto coordinating cardstock from Papermania.
I really like the finished result on this one, it’s very organic and free flowing.
And there we have it, another mini make for my ATC365 challenge. Have you started making any?
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