Make Postcards with Bright Butterflies using Lindy’s sprays and embossing powder

Hello everyone! Glad to meet you! I am with you, Oleksandr Azarov, and we will make cards with bright butterflies.

For this work, we will need watercolor paper, knives for cutting down a butterfly, a stencil, texture paste, inks and powders for embossing, and of course sprays. I chose sprays from the Outer Space kit

Step one: I apply sprays on a strip of watercolor paper in random order, slightly overlapping each other, creating beautiful transitions. Drying with a hairdryer.

Step Three: Using the punching knives, I make butterflies from the prepared paper in the first step.

Step four: I apply clear ink and embossing powder to the wings of the butterflies. I used powder:

which he applied in random order and baked with a hairdryer.

Step number five: let’s move on to creating the background of our future cards. On a pre-cut sheet of watercolor paper, using a stencil, apply a textured paste. Dry.

Step number six: on the dry base, add sprays using a brush and add some bright splashes.

Step seven: glue the butterflies to the base.

Step eight: create the lettering for the postcards. To do this, I stamp the inscription using black ink and two embossing powders(Midnight Teal EP, Twilight Blue Slate EP). Sprinkle in random order and bake with a hairdryer. Now all that remains is to glue the inscription to the postcard using bulky tape.

Lindy’s Products

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  • Transparent ink, dark ink, texture paste, stencil, watercolor paper, stamps, cutting knives, volumetric tape.

Thank you and see you soon!

Oleksandr Azarov

My name is Oleksandr. I live in the city of Kyiv, Ukraine. I love scrapbooking and experiments)

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