Lucky to Have You

Hello, Rubeena here with another 3D card for you. My first one was featured here, using Shoe Wardrobe 2d. Ed. Solid and Outline stamps. I had this idea in my mind for a while and wondered if I would be able to create it. The Mini Wild Florals set is really fun to play with so I started with stamping some solid flowers and ferns with Papertrey Ink and Altenew ink pads. Then I fussy cut them all – yes, this took a while! I think it was totally worth it. You know those acetate sheet packs that have tissue paper between each one? I used that tissue paper for the wrapping of the bouquet. It was easiest to use Zots Bling: Mini Adhesive Dots to layer all the flowers and ferns over the tissue paper.

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You have probably already heard of the Ken Oliver Crafts Color Bursts. They are highly concentrated pigment powders that are perfect for watercoloring techniques. You just need a tiny amount and some water. There are many ways to do it. What I did was to squeeze some powder onto an acrylic block and add a few drops of water to it to spread the color. I used a wet watercolor brush and started to color Tim Holtz watercolor paper. Look how vibrant that blue is! I used Ultramarine Blue for the background. After it dried, I added drops of water and some sprays of black, white, and shimmer mists to it. I die-cut it so it was 4″ x 5.5″ and attached it to A2 size black cardstock.

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The final touch was the sentiment. I stamped “I am lucky to have you” from I Got You onto black cardstock with VersaMark ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. I cut out a rectangle and added it next to the bouquet with foam tape.

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Thank you for visiting. Hope you liked my card!

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