Thursday, March 16, 2017

Rainbow Bubbles Birthday Bunch ~ A Group of Fun Stampers Journey Cards!

A couple of days ago I said I'd  have a few more cards to show you that talked about a technique I used on each card.  Notice the hearts, triangles, stripes and honeycombs?  Those were all created using Modeling Paste from fun Stampers Journey and four different dies that they offer.  An easy technique to add just a little pizzazz or fun background to any of your cards.



As you look at each of the cards a little closer you'll see that I didn't try to make the modeling paste perfectly smooth or only have the shapes on my card.  I wanted them a bit rough and even let the paste go over the edges of the die-cut paper so there were edges here and there.  The first one I made was the honeycomb card and it isn't quite as thick as the rest, but that was my first try at it.  I know I will be using this technique in the future for sure! :)

This is the card I posted a couple of days ago...





I made a fish just like this one a week or so ago and loved the color of it, so I made this one the same color.






I did a bit of a watercolor wash on this card.  Since the background was a little darker than the other cards I kept my fish white and covered them with Journey Glaze and Sparkle Dust.



I didn't add any glaze or sparkles to this card because I'm sure I'll give it to a boy and I'm positive most of them aren't into that as much as girls are.  I did make the fish a couple of different colors to make him pop out a bit more from the card.


Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Sara

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Supplies used on this card:

Stamp Set:  Rainbow Bubbles...available April 1!





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