We have snow and it’s
beginning to settle! I wonder if we’ll have more today?
Hubby and I are hoping to go to the cinema later today, but we’ll have to wait and see!
shows how I made the Stained Glass Butterfly card I shared on Thursday!
In the video I also showed the cards you see here. I’m sorry the photographs are very poor!
I took the photographs with the cards laying down to try to catch the Wink of Stella – obviously not at all successful!
I’ll go back to normal for tomorrow’s card!
The stamp sets I used
for the other cards are Rose Garden, Birthday Blooms, and You’ve Got This.
experimented with the flower from the Beautiful Day Stamp Set and my Fine-Tip Glue Pen.
I felt I
had ruined the card, but when hubby saw it, he liked it and said he
thinks I’ve invented a new technique.
I’ll be really interested to hear
your opinion – is it a winner and does it belong in the bin?
See the second to last photograph – the bumpy flower!
is take two because I couldn’t find a way out of the bloomer but I
showed the card in the video anyway!
That’s about it from me today.
I wish you a very happy Sunday and until tomorrow, happy crafting.
Geraldine Homenchuk says
Absolutely stunning Jan! and I DO love the Tempting Turquoise also … just exquisite. All of your cards are in fact. With the Sweet Sugarplum one that you were unhappy with the streaking, I'd be tempted to either do some Zentangling on top of the petals, or do something dimensional perhaps. The one you've used the Fine Tip Glue Pen on, looks almost ceramic or porcelain-like and I rather like it myself! I've had the same experience; it's just a different look again and Othman may be right … you've come up with a new technique. Loved your video as always and thanks so much for sharing. PS: I wasn't going to get that stamp set either, but am ever so happy I did … those heavy black lines are just super for stained glass, or done with gold-embossing (or whatever!) gorgeous also, depending on your painting technique. Obviously, super for using with the Brusho product. (sorry to take up so much space!!)
Lorraine Turner says
Jan, wow I love each and every one of these stained glass technique cards. Each one in their own merit. The one you think needs to go in the bin – no way! Why nobody needs to know that it did not turn out as planned, it is very very pretty and I would love to receive a card such as that.
Hi, Lorraine. I'm working on the bumpy one as if it's a new technique. If it works every time, then I'll make a video. At the moment it's looking very promising! ☺ Happy crafting. JanB