September 15, 2019

Make A Wish * September Card Kit (2)

Hi there and welcome to a peek at the upcoming Starry Night Card Kit by My Favorite Things.

We have some new Color Burst Watercolor Powders coming soon and I used them to make a super cool background for my night sky card.



When I use Color Burst Watercolor Powders, I always make sure the powders don't go everywhere. So I put my piece of watercolor paper into a cardboard box before I started playing. I spritzed half of my paper with water (I used Tim Holz Distress Sprayer). Now, I gently add really small amounts of powder to the wet side of the paper. I move my box to get the pigments moving on the paper, spritz water and add powder until I like the result. These powders can be a bit unpredictable and it may take you a bit of practice first but it's really fun to play with them. 

I let my panel dry and die cut the starry sky and a stitched rectangle from it. Then, I glued some glitter card stock behind the stars and stamped my sentiment on the panel. I adhered everything to a dark blue card base using foam tape.


Join us on the MFT Blog for more inspiration!

Thank you for stopping by!
Have a happy day,
Nicole

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8 comments:

  1. Love the color burst powders you used.
    Thanks for letting us know the process!

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  2. I love that beautiful card. The Color Burst background is amazing.

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  3. The color burst on just part of the card is very effective. Nice card!

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  4. These Color Bursts have such a deep rich watercolor effect. Love that you have so much white space for contrast.

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  5. What a stunning card, Nicole! I love that the colour washes down from the top corner! Wonderful colours! Love the great new MFT card kit! Thanks so much for the great inspiration!

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  6. Really pretty! Those powders are the bomb!

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