To begin embellishing the background I reached out for my unique stamps from Ryn. I used Hanging Droplet Set, Trickling Water 2 and Trickling Water Set 2. I also used a stencil (STAMPlorations Flutterby Stencil) with Inka Gold colors: Gold and Steelblue. I had a great time blending! That's how the subtle pattern of a butterfly came about. It looks his shadow, kind of a spirit... To give him a little personality I glued moving mini eyes. At the end I darkened the edges with Distress inks: sapphire and black.
This card was created spur of the moment so I do not have photographs of it's creation process. I hope the above guidelines will suffice.
Fantastic, what looks the drops so real!ReplyDelete
Thank you Dora.Delete
So creative and such a fun idea with the eyes, great techniques and a beautiful card x Fabulous droplets xReplyDelete
Thank you Mac. This is very nice.Delete
I am honored that I could present another card made with your unusual stamps. This card is mainly their merit. Thank you.
Hi Bozena, love your beautiful droplets card, they are really eye catching and the subtle butterfly in the background is lovely!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Miranda, a word from you is a real honor. We have long admired your extraordinary work.Delete
Wow Bozena, your card is so beautiful ! The background, the raindrops and the butterfly with the special eyes, superb ! Greetings, EnnyReplyDelete
Thank you Enny. This card is thanks most of all the wonderful stamps.Delete
Beautiful design Bozena, the water droplets look fantastic with the glitter embossing in the background. Cheers xReplyDelete
thank you very much for the wonderful words. I'm following your blog for a long time and are still unequaled example inspiration.
WOW...those water droplets jump right off the page!!!great design!ReplyDelete
you're right, these stamps are amazing. They do all this wonderful work on the card. My contribution is very small.
Brilliant Idea, very cute.ReplyDelete