Hi everybody. I love using Brushos and some of the mop up paper towel looks quite pretty and this piece in particular caught my eye. I also used the largest scalloped heart and plain heart from a Nellie Snellen Multi Frame Heart set. This is quite a simple card and the CAS Watercolour February Challenge has the theme of hearts, it being the month of love, so I thought I would join in with this card.
I die cut the plain heart first from a snippet of white card. I then added some PVA glue all over it and covered it with the piece of kitchen towel which I flattened as much as possible. I then cut round it with scissors leaving just a small piece to turn over on the wrong side and glued it down with the PVA. I then cut the large scalloped heart from another snippet of white card and coloured with Yellow Brusho. I sprinkled a little on to my glass mat and spritzed it and then laid the heart into it and moved it around until it was covered with the paint. When dry I layered the plain heart over the scalloped one. I thought the plain white 6" square base card needed a bit of interest so I scored three lines in each direction which left a square in the middle where I mounted the heart. I then stamped the sentiment using Versafine Smokey Gray Ink and heat set it with WOW Clear Gloss Embossing Powder.
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I am also entering the following challenges:
Country View Challenges: February 2018 - Anything but Cute.
Happy Little Stampers February CAS Challenge - Hearts.
Pixie's Crafty Workshop - No. 319 where we use our snippets of card and paper etc.
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes.
AAA Card Challenge - CAS No. 108 All You Need Is Love.
Uniko Challenge - No. 45 Something Old, Something New with Optional Twist - Love (I have used my very old Nellie Snellen dies for the hearts).