Simple postcard with bright accents using magic shakers 2.0

Hi all! I am with you, Oleksandr Azarov, and I am very glad to meet you!

Today I want to show you the process of creating a simple postcard with bright accents. First of all, I take watercolor paper, water and magic shakers and create backgrounds with unusual shades and overflows. I really like to create colored backgrounds for further cutting out of paper, as this makes it possible to get an individual and very interesting color.

For the first background I used London Summer Sage Magical Shaker 2.0, Dunka’ Biscuit Blue Green Magical Shaker 2.0

Using Cheerio Cherry Magical Shaker 2.0, Have a Scone Heather Magical Shaker 2.0, Pinkies Up Pink Magical Shaker 2.0. I create the second background. I dry both phonos well.

On a gray-green background, using black ink, I stamp the veins of the leaves.

The next step is using embossing powder Fairy Garden Green Glittery EP adding bright shiny accents to future leaves.

I stamp berries on a pink background using colored ink.

And I also add glitter to future berries using embossing powder Gnome Berry Bordeaux Glittery EP.

The next step, using cutting knives, I cut down the leaves and berries. With the help of Gimme Five Gold Detail EP powder and a stamp, I stamped the inscription on white cardboard and twigs on a transparent heat-resistant film and cut it out in the same way.

For the phono of my postcard, I took a sheet of white cardboard and added embossing using an embossing folder. Also, using a white gel pen, I did not draw a lot of highlights on the leaves and berries.

And now when all the components are ready, assembling the composition using bulk adhesive tape. And my postcard is ready!


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Transparent ink, color ink, stamps, voluminous adhesive tape,thermal film,paper cutting dies, embossing folder,white gel pen, watercolor papers.

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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