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!

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

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allowed it to dry and then did some watercoloring.

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

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

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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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Thanks for stopping by!
Grace & Peace,
Melissa

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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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