hi there

Hi! I’m here today with a quick post. I don’t seem to have much time to make cards “just for fun” right now, but here’s one! I used some NBUS on this! Hi there, Darnell!


I applied masking fluid through the ARTplorations stencil Bloom Silhouettes (NBUS) onto watercolor paper,


allowed it to dry and then did some watercoloring.


Allowed the paint to dry, removed the masking fluid, then I stamped the sentiment.


Then I used (more NBUS) two of the CUTplorations Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Nesting Dies.


I attached the panel to the card base and popped up the small panel with some foam tape.Slide03

This was a fun card to make and would be quick and easy to duplicate.


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7 thoughts on “hi there

  1. Hi there, Melissa!! Thank you for playing joining in the fun with my NBUS Challenge #7!! I have a feeling this spectacular card will be a winner in the other challenges you’re joining! And I don’t use “spectacular” unless something truly is spectacular! Excellent technique applying the MF through the stencil and then watercoloring so expertly!! Can you tell I LOVE it?? Hugs, Darnell

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  2. Love your card! I’ve got masking fluid that I’ve never used, thanks for giving me the inspiration to
    give it a try! Also I’d like to say, Thanks for joining us at ATCAS.

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