This week I have used layered peel offs for my flowers, they are really good fun and they are a nice thing to play with when you just want to watch telly and fiddle without much effort. The thing that I like about the peel offs is that you can change the appearance and creat 3D cards with them.
This photograph lets you see that the peel offs have had a home made mix of pink flock and glitter added to the sticky side of them. First peel them off and add centres then add the flock glitter mixture. I used pink, blue and purple peel offs but only the pink glitter/flock mixture. By using the various colours of peel offs I got enough colour variety without the mess that I would have had around the kitchen and the dog with lots off different glitter and flock going around.
The stamped image in the background was done with Onyx Black Versafine and is from a Stampendous Shape Shifter set, if you have not tried shape shifting you really should very exciting! Fran’s video will reveal all Shape Shifting.
The edges were done with a sponge and Stargazer Mica watecolour pallet, and the water in the vase was done with the pallet and a water brush.
Here you can see I have been adding the centres to the pale green leaves from the dark green sheet.
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This is a very simple card that I enjoyed doing very much. I like the dog very much it is from an Artemio Clear Set called Friends. The image was stamped with and then water coloured with Tombow Pens and a blender pen. I then used a super duper square punch to cut him out and then used a huge square punch to cut the dark brown layer.
The dog was very easy to water colour and I only used three colours of pen but the blender pen makes it look like so many more colours have been used.
The ribbon along the bottom is self adhesive felt which I have also cut and used as a single leaf. I hope that you have enjoyed seeing this card, if you want to see more cards for men then pop over to the Woodware Blog. Thank you for visiting.