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Good morning! I’m really excited to share my card with you today because it features the newest products from Ken Oliver Crafts! My package arrived late Tuesday and I couldn’t wait to get into my craft room!
Ken has released 6 new colorburst powders, liquid metals, colorburst splash patterned paper, and his own water media paper! And I used ALL of it on my card today! 😉
This was actually a really fun card to make (and REALLY messy)! I started off by spritzing the butterfly stamp with water. Then I sprinkled Turquoise, Orchid, and Fuchsia colorburst powders over the stamp and spritzed it once more with water. I stamped it on a piece of water media paper and held it in place for about 20 seconds to give the paper time to absorb the liquid. After I removed the stamp I let the paper dry completely. Next I put a few drops of yellow gold liquid metals on my craft mat and watered it down. I used a dry paintbrush to add a little gold sparkle to the butterfly’s body and wings and then let it dry. I added a sentiment from Altenew that I stamped and heat-embossed with platinum embossing powder. Finally I die-cut the water media paper with a scalloped shape and mounted it on a piece of colorburst splash patterned paper.
Thanks so much for visiting today and make sure you stop by tomorrow for the start of the Ken Oliver Crafts blog hop with Impression Obsession! 😉
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Janelle Graham says
Very colourful! Love the twist on the stamping technique. ☺
Thanks for sharing a new technique using Color Burst. I would never have thought of using them on a stamp.
Gorgeous! Love how you used the color burst with the stamp. Such a great idea!! ???
Hey Jess, I love all the colors in the butterfly, and that background peeking out is gorgeous. Those liquid metals look like fun and pretty colors. Thanks for sharing and always inspiring.
Celeste Goff says
Wow, what gorgeous and vibrant color!
Liz Williams says
That color burst is on my “gotta get” list!! Beautiful work with these!!