You can learn about no-line watercolors by visiting our past blog:
Check out this Halloween set, Spooky Mail, that Bekah stamped and heat-embossed onto a black envelope!!
Hint: Use your Silicone Craft Mat!!
Learn more about creating Reflections by checking out this past blog:
Here, Bekah used the Lawn Fawn stamp set, Concert Critters
These Monster and Birthday stickers that Bekah chose are just PERFECT on this lime green envelope!!
- Cut out a circle and lay it on the front of an envelope. Use a tiny piece of double-sided tape to hold the circle in place
- Use Nuvo Blending Sponges to apply some Distress Ink. Bekah used 3 colors of Distress Ink: Spiced Marmalade, Mustard Seed, and Peeled Paint
- Gently blend the ink into the paper by softly rubbing the sponges across the surface of the envelope. Start with the lighter colors and then add the darker colors
- Once you have applied a generous amount of ink, remove the stencil mask
- Use fun pens to address your envelope in the empty space you created with the mask (Bekah used a Parrellel Pen on the sample below)
Wouldn't you love to receive this bit of art in the mail?!?
See you soon, friends!!