Hey everyone, Hope you are all well. I have been absent for a week. Last post I said I was not feeling well. That took me couple of days to get better. But with what was happening around the world particularly in USA, mentally I was feeling down. I am angry, frustrated, confused and upset with what has happened. The inequality is appalling! How could humans be so cruel to one another? Why? It is hard to get my head around this. I am still very upset. It is hard for me to word how I feel. Anyway, I made few cards to help me fight it out. I am sharing one today. Rest I cannot share now. I am still waiting for some new release goodies to reach me. There are big postal delays. Something I ordered within Australia in April arrived to me yesterday. So you see I am not sure when I will get packages from overseas. Anyway, I will make and share projects with some older products. Here is one today.
I used Spring Flowers 4 stamp set from Simon Says Stamp and Reverse Sentiment panel Miss You to make this card.
For the background, I masked the edges of the white panel with masking tape and sponged Simon Says Stamp dye inks. The colours I used are listed in the supply list below. I love the colours but I think I should have sponged the blues on the top so the colours flows. They look a bit disjointed now. Anyway, I removed the mask and stamped the images from Spring Flowers 4 stamp set in black ink using the masking technique. To make the colours on the stamped image stand out, I used copic markers in the same colours to colour the images on the sponged area only.
I trimmed the panel and adhered on white card base using foam adhesives. The sentiment is from Reverse Sentiment Panels Miss You. I trimmed the sentiments from the panel adhered on the card front using foam adhesives. A few moonshine sequins with white glossy drops in the centre finishes off the card.
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog today. I will be back tomorrow with another. Fingers crossed my packages arrive next week for me. Have a wonderful weekend.