You Charge My Particles * MFT January Vault

Yay! The January Vault Release by MFT is available now. These classics are finally back in the shop and ready to get your crafty particles moving ;-)


For this card, I tried something new. Until now, I wasn't lucky with masking fluids but I tried Schmincke Masking Fluid / Drawing Gum and it turnend out well :-)

I started by heat embossing the chemical particles with gold embossing powder on alcohol marker friendly paper. Then, I covered all the little dots, hearts and hexagons with the masking fluid and let it dry for quite some time. If you want to be sure it is completely dry, let it dry over night. 

Next, I did some ink blending using Distress Inks. I mixed some blues and purples and left the edges of my panel white. Then, I removed the masking fluid by gently rubbing if off with my fingers. The small areas were completely white and I was very pleased with this masking fluid. By the way, it's blue (I think you can get it in white as well) and you can exactly see where you put it on your white paper. 

I colored the hearts, dots and hexagons in yellow, pink and blue and die cut the panel with a stitched rectangle die. I stamped a sentiment on a white scrap piece of paper and cut it out with a sentiment strip die. I glued the panel on a piece of gold glitter card stock and adhered the sentiment strip with foam tape. To finish up the card, I added some clear sparkly sequins to add a little more bling.


I hope you got inspired. There's more inspiration waiting for you on the MFT Blog. Check it out and have a look at the other new fun products.

Thanks for stopping by!
Have an awesome day,
Nicole

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32 comments:

  1. Super Chemistry creation here! Love it!

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  2. Ooo . . . this is fabulous!!! I love the gold!

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  3. Love that chemistry set. Your card is wonderful -- beautiful background.

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  4. Fabulous!!! I LOVE the gold embossing. I have some masking fluid that I haven't ever been brave enough to try! Ha. Thank you for the inspiration. Your card is spectacular.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  5. Awesome background and colors!Thanks for the inspiration Nicole!

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  6. What a neat card. I really like the background, AND the foreground. Nice job designing, as usual...

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  7. I'm not much for science, but this could turn me. Adorable!

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  8. What a fun card! Thank you for sharing your talent!

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  9. Totally great! The sentiment is perfect!

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  10. Loving the colours in this card. Always love inking over an embossed background. Thanks for the tip with the masking fluid. For small areas this would be so useful. I’ll have to give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  11. Incredible background! I LOVE this set!

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  12. Marisela Delgado said: AWESOME card! Such pretty colors. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  13. Thanks so much for sharing how you created this wonderful card!!! I love how it turned out!

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  14. Love the Chemistry of this card (lol).

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  15. Ink blending is one of my favorite things,and yours is awesome!

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  16. Love this and how you made the background and used the release to make the card. Awesome job!

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  17. This is one beautiful card! love the embossing, coloring, and background. I think I want this set, after seeing all the great cards you and other artists have made. So unique!

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  18. Pretty colors on your card! Love the symbol designs!

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  19. I like how the background was created using the masking.

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  20. Great card! And great tip on the masking fluid! I love the sentiment too!

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  21. Awesome card! Love the embossing and the background! tfs Hugs, Christine
    shabbypinkhouse@gmail.com

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  22. Love the metallic look of the elements! Thanks for sharing

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  23. Cute card, clever design.
    Edina

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  24. wow this card is just stunning - love the color blending

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  25. Thanks for the tip. I've never tried masking fluid but this result gives me the courage to try.

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  26. Terrific card! I am really loving this science set. Thank you for sharing!

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  27. I love how this turned out...it looks great embossed in gold.

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