I am so excited to show you my new project made for inspiration to the March Color challenge in the Lindy’s Stamp Gang blog. I love these colors! They are so delicate, inspiring me to make something full of light and air 🙂
The card I made this time is all about love and tenderness. The central element is the nice picture I found on Pinterest. It is so full of air – just as our palette!To add some texture to the background of my card, I took GOLDEN regular gel, and added some Mad Hatter Mint Green magical to it, along with some microbeads, and mixed all components together. Applied with stencils, this mixture looks rather interesting, doesn’t it? 🙂I also used a couple of sprays from March Set:
C’est la Vie Cerise (this mint green is one of my favorite products!)
Frostbitten Fuchsia (perfect if you need to add some glamorous pink shimmer to your project)And I also picked a few sprays that conform to the palette:Cape Cod Coral
Steampunk Sepia (by the way, this one could be replaced with South Shore Island flat spray from the March set, would look just as nice)
Frozen Jack Frost (perfect white if you need to make your project more shabby)
I also added some color accent to the fabric using Mad Hatter Mint Green and Cocklebells Coral Magicals.I’ve made a video for you, in which you can see the process of creating this card. Hope you’ll enjoy it 🙂 Thank you for stopping by! Don’t forget to take part in our color challenge, and get a chance to win one of five 50$ gift certificates in LSG store!
Have a nice day!
5 thoughts on “Delicate Card Tutorial by Elena Zemlyanskaya”
TY! Ur work is stunning! I would love to lift it!
It is just a piece of cardstock, any paper of 200-300 g/m2 would work, watercolor paper would be ok too. You cover it with gesso, so it’s not really that important 🙂 Enjoy creating!
What is the base of the card? I wanted to scrap along but had to stop on the 1st step. Is it a watercolor paper or canvas paper? Thanks!
Beautiful card – the colors of sprays, beads – all work together wonderfully. Thanks for sharing.