Sunday, February 28, 2016

Faux bubble wrap

I made this card for the Inkspirational Challenge #103: geometric and
the AAA cards challenge: embossing

I used a dotted stencil from Scrapberry to put down Ranger transparant glossy texture paste on vellum. This created a bubble wrap look to the vellum.

For the cardpanel I used random sized circle dies and made a stencil of floating bubbles, or circles. I sponged Distress inks through the stencil (twisted citron and mermaid lagoon),
the sentiment is from Technique Tuesday and I stamped it with Versafine.
Folded the vellum around the cardpanel on the top and attached it with tape, then mounted the slightly smaller panel to the cardbase.

I'd never tried glossy or transparent texture paste or
white even on vellum, I like it so much though I'm pulling out all  my stencils now, so excuse me..I'll be busy  ;-)



9 comments:

  1. Great card! Very inventive! :) xoxo Jen

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  2. Fabulous and creative idea, it looks amazing. Thanks for joining us at Ink

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  3. What a fabulous idea! I love this, Maaike!

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  4. You've made me wanna shop!! : ) Your card is really sweet.

    Patti

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  5. This is so cool! Fabulous card and I would love to see what else you create with this technique. Thanks for playing along with us at AAA Cards!

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  6. Interesting technique! I have never heard of this one. Your design on the card is great with the subtle use of color and bold sentiment. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Inkspirational!
    - Shauna

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  7. Great card and such a unique idea!

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  8. What an innovative technique, with amazing results! The bubbles, circles and bold sentiment...striking! So glad you shared your artistry and creativity in the Inspirational Geometric challenge! Thank you...
    ~carol

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  9. Saw your card in the AAA Cards gallery. Gorgeous card!

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