by Tina Wilstrup
I stamped with a watermark ink on watercolor paper, covered in white embossing powder and heat embossed it. I then taped it down, spritzed with water and added color with a color burst powder. I kept adding water and powder until I was happy with it. I tried to keep part of it very light, but for me the real magic of these powders are the darker spots, barely dissolved by water. Because that's where you get that magical, gorgeous shimmer. By the way, you'll notice I didn't stamp the whole wreath. That's because it's too big to fit onto an A2 sized card.
I did go in with my heat tool on low setting, because I have no patience. And once it was completely dry i spritzed a tiny bit of water onto a paper towel and wiped it over the panel to clean the embossed areas.
I cut out the large wreath and adhered it to my base. I used a stamp from that same set for the center of the wreath. I added a strip of lilac glitter cardstock to the bottom of the card. Next I cut the Wishes shade from a rose pink cardstock to back the Wishes word cut from pink glitter cardstock.
That's it from me today, guys! I hope this current situation will soon get better so we can enjoy all the beautiful sights and colors of spring. Stay safe!