Thank you so much for all the crafty love you left me on my first TCW Design Team post, if you missed it you can catch up here. Today I have another card making idea for you, it was a happy accident technique but I love how it turned out and you could switch out the stencil or reindeers for anything you have in your stash, or maybe like me you have full set syndrome and need to have some crafty shopping therapy! First of all lets take a look at our project…
The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with some product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.
I love the ombre effect and how the colors marble together; I also love how all the elements tie together as well as the stunning new Dahlia Blooms stencil. TCW have really outdone themselves with this release, I never know what to use first! I am also really enjoying playing with all these new mediums, I hope you are enjoying the learning journey along with me. Mr HH took the most wonderful picture of the butterfly, look at how dimensional it is!
Now of course you need a video tutorial to create you own, this is definitely a process, this was my third attempt, the first two I chose colors that become muddy (orange and green), but the pink and purple complimented each other perfectly!
I hope you enjoyed all the different elements of this card, I really enjoyed making it and we definitely enjoyed photographing it as you could see! Here is another of the photos we took…
Next up I have a full supply list for you so that you can create your own, (please note that affiliate links are used where possible at no additional cost to you).
Finally, I have the other two photographs you saw in the video, please feel free to pin or save these, you are also more than welcome to share the tutorial, in fact we would love you to! Just please link back to TCW and the Hollow.
Thanks so much for stopping by today, I look forward to being back in September with more stencil inspiration, I’m sure there’s a play of words in there somewhere!
Design Team Member
2 thoughts on “Light, Fluffy & Flowery Oxides”
I really love this card & the techniques you used. Thank you for sharing, Alexandra.
Nice job. Love the technique. 😉