Monday, May 18, 2015

Lawnscaping challenge #106: New technique

Happy Monday!!

Are you ready for a new Lawnscaping challenge? You're going to have fun with this one because we're challenging you to try a new technique!


I struggled a lot about how technique I was going to use because when I see something new that I'm interested on it, I usually try it asap so... what to do? I surfed a bit on the Internet and found this fun technique using watercolors and white pigment ink to create bokeh backgrounds. I love bokeh so I wanted to try it out!

Mine didn't turned as pretty as the one in the video but it's really pretty in person! I added some embossing paste with glitter and sequins for a magical festive background.

Celebrate

Then I die cut the Lawn Fawn balloons and sprayed with a glittery spray, then I heat embossed it with clear embossing powder to have a pair of glossy balloons :) The whole card ended up being very sparkly, glittery and glosy lol!!

Celebrate - detail

As you can see I used a new technique but also a bunch of old ones. Maybe you haven't tried any of these yet, so it's your chance to give them a try and win a price from our sponsor, Lawn Fawn!


Thank you so much for stopping by, have a nice day!!

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Birthday Tags
- Lawn Fawn dies: Balloons
- Watercolors
- Avery Elle inks: White
- Hero Arts inks: Bubblegum
- Embossing paste
- Versamark ink
- Embossing powder: Clear, Glitter
- Sheer Shimmer Spritz: Sparkle
- Avery Elle clear sequins
- Kesi'art stars stencil: Nuit Étoilée

8 comments:

Shona Austin said...

Beautiful and pretty card. Love all the techniques you used. Love the sparkle.

Samantha Mann said...

Such a gorgeous background!!!! That bokeh in the pink is stunning! I LOVE it!! And I love the extra texture you added and glitter on the balloons!! Stunning and mesmerizing as usual!!

Jenny Colacicco said...

I love this. How did you do the stars layout ?

Yuki said...

Your card is gorgeous and I absolutely love how your bokeh background turned out! I still haven't tried this technique either, but I'm definitely going to have to give a try!

I Card Everyone said...

I find it hard to believe you've never tried this bokeh technique - looks like you're a pro! Just gorgeous from top to bottom...
=] Michele

Mary-Anne V said...

Beautiful card...never tried this look but just love how yours turned out! Do you have a link to the this technique that you found before making your card? jeandonny2000 at hotmail dot com

Yainea said...

Oooops!! I forgot to include the link of the technique and the name of the stars stencil but now I've edited the post and it's everything corrected. Sorry and thanks!! :)

francesca said...

oh this is beautiful!!! Love the colors, the technique! Everything is perfect!! :)