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A Very Virgo Vision In MDF

Flipping back to the cardstock while the tack dried I didn’t really like the pastel effect and so gave it a liberal wash of turquiose and purple ink.

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Then used the Brilliance inkads to stamp out the galaxy design and added some detail with a white gel pen.

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Wooo ha! Looks pretty!

Stuck both of these in the recesses and edges them with black paint.

Reaching for an old fave I cut out some specific words – from the Tim Holtz sentiment stickers – and made up a quotation that I thought summed up is Virgos.

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As you can see I also used a white gel pen to edge the words. Liked this as it seperated them from the background and tied it in with the rest of the design style.

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Penultimately, I added some Nuvo drops to be the BIG stars in the design.

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Right, before I tip over that ‘waaaay too much going on here’ imaginary barrier I decided to finish this with a thin glaze on the words.

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Done!

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Woo hoo! Love making these! Might make another one soon.

What do you think of these/this one? How would you decorate yours? I would love to hear your thoughts.

Right, time to crack on with eating healthy snacks – yes, still on the healthy eating plan – and plan what’s next for me and the blog.

Thanks again for visiting and I hope to see you again soon.

J :)

8 thoughts on “A Very Virgo Vision In MDF

  1. My imagination is a bit limited, I can only see what is in front of me now, I can’t visualise it changed, so if I started something, and didn’t like it, I would put it away and probably forget it, where you change it and carry on. It all worked well too. xx

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