07 January 2016

Hello friend + Art

Hello friends! here today, presenting you a couple of projects I created with my new (yes, I finally was able to use them) Color Burst! I have to say that I love, love, love the Sepia one, oh boy, it is delicious! LOL.

I applied 4 colors of Color Burst: Sepia, Merlot, Yellow Ochre and Ultramarine Blue on a piece of watercolor paper, mist water and let the Color Burst do the magic!!
After the piece dried, I cut it in 4 pieces (2 more pieces to show later) 


For this first card I stamped the flower from Watercolored Memories Collection Set 1 in Versamark Ink and applied Gold Embossing powder and heat set. Cut the panel to 3.75" x 5" and adhere it to a white card base (A2 size). Die-cut the hello friend in white cardstock (x2), used the Stick it to stick the dies together, then applied to card base. A little strip of teal cardstock and few sequins and the card was done.


For this second card I used the star, art, butterfly and numbers (BG stamping) from  Studio Collection Set 1, the star and art were stamped in Turquoise Ink and the little swirls are from Watercolored Memories Collection Set 2 and stamped in Lamp Black Ink . I added a red pearl in the middle of the star and adhere the panel on a A2 white card base.
Submitting these projects to :


And if you are attending CHA don't forgot to stop by and say hello to Ken!! He is going to be at booth #2652.
Come say hello and see the newest releases in the range, see live demonstrations and learn some new techniques from the experts.  For those who cannot attend don't worry as we will be sharing details and pictures on the Ken Oliver Crafts Facebook pageInstagram and the blog

Hope you like it!
Have a fantastic day!!


3 comments:

  1. Love the Color burst BG with awesome textures, both of your creations are just stunning!

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  2. LOVE the background on both card. The layers and textures are awesome. Stunning cards. Love it. Thanks for playing along Simon Says Stamp Something New challenge.
    Gayatri xxx

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