Embossed Splatters with Water

Hello,

I am so excited to share my card with you today. I don’t have too many cards of my own that I go really crazy about, I am pretty hard on myself, but today’s card has to be one of my favorites so far. And the technique that I used for this card is just so fun!20160211_145256So I started by die cutting the branch from watercolor paper and colored it in with my watercolors. For my beautiful bird I used a die from SSS called Bird of Roses, and die cut it from gold glitter paper. This die is simply gorgeous! I glued both pieces onto a watercolor cardstock panel and then stamped my sentiment with black ink.20160211_145320To create those gold splatters there, I just flicked some plain water with my brush and quickly added the gold embossing powder on top, before the paper absorbed all the water. With my heat gun I melted the powder and it worked just like it would with any sticky ink. If you have splatters that contain more water, the melting of the powder will take a bit more, but it will melt in the end. This is so simple to make and you can do this with so many colored embossing powders. It is so fun!20160211_152708I mounted my panel onto foam and adhered it onto a cream card base. Of course, I added sequins and shimmer, as I just can’t get enough from using these finishing touches:)

You can watch the how-to video right below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

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2 thoughts on “Embossed Splatters with Water

  1. Sarah Seals says:

    Very beautiful card! It’s so awesome how you were able to use embossing powder with water! I’ve never seen that before. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  2. Jamie Vanskiver says:

    Beautiful card! Love the bird in gold! I’ve never seen or used embossing powder with water, fabulous idea, definitely going to try it! It looks terrific on this card 🙂

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