Get The Balance Right


Good Afternoon! We have more gorgeous Zodiac inspiration for you today. Pauline Butcher has been playing with our Libra set…

Hello!

I’m back again to show you something that I’ve created using some awesome Visible Image Zodiac Stamps.

You may have spied this on our last TV show on Create & Craft, I used the ‘Libra‘ Zodiac stamp set, along with the big background stamp from the Somewhere in Time‘ set.
 


 


I created the background, using some acrylic paints, loads of colours just daubed on randomly.


On top of my background, I stamped the big background splat stamp with an embossing pad, heat embossed it using Fluorescent Green Embossing Powder. I also stamped the dates, and the constellation again using an embossing pad, but this time I used Fluorescent Blue Powder.





On a separate piece of shiny red card, I stamped and heat embossed the scales, with Black powder, and then fussy cut them. I used 3D glue gel to add them to the card.



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Thank you for popping in.

Hugs, Pauline xxxxx

 

Amazing painty background Pauline, and loving that fluorescent green! Thank you ♡

You will find more of Pauline’s fabulous cards and projects over on her blog.



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