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.
- Starbursts Sprays: Alien Goo Green, Galactic Teal, Martian Magenta
- Embossing Powder: Spanish Moss Green EP, Midnight Teal EP, Twilight Blue Slate EP
Transparent ink, dark ink, texture paste, stencil, watercolor paper, stamps, cutting knives, volumetric tape.
Thank you and see you soon!