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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Acrylic Paint Background


Hi Everyone,

I am over at the STAMPlorations blog today with a tutorial on how I made this card.



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8 comments:

papierelle said...

Bow sieht das großartig aus mit einem edlen Touch, habe gleich mal geschaut, wie Du sie gemacht hast. Tolle Technik, gut geeignet auch zur Streßbewältigung ... *zwinker*

Flo said...

Der Hintergrund ist DER Hingucker!!! Dieses goldene Stückchen macht die gesamte Karte erst so richtig interessant. Klasse!!!
Liebe Grüße

Stamp Smiles said...

This is absolutely amazing!! I love how you've used the acrylic paints for this!! Purple is my fave color too! :) Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*

Mac Mable said...

You look like you had fun with this card.Gorgeous colour with the gold. Fabulous inspiration...Thank you x

conil said...

Oh, this is simply delicious and so much fun. Another stellar technique from your fertile brain. The gold makes that purple truly royal. Fabulously beautiful and unique...I may even try this, especially since can get your fingers painty. LOVE it!

Viv said...

Such a pretty card Cornelia,so dramatic with the purple and gold, great sentiment too ;) Viv xx

Kim Heggins said...

Stunning card...love that touch of gold.

Anita in France said...

Rich and bold, Cornelia ... and so striking ... love that swoosh of gold! Hugs, Anita :)