Hello - how is everyone? I hope the weather with you is as nice as it is here! I am having a rest this afternoon as i had a busy morning as I had to go for a scan and then went food shopping with my mum so I'm worn out now as I suffer from terrible exhaustion due to my fibro. However, I must get going tomorrow on my mother's day present for mum - I am decorating a lovely large heart shaped box which I am going to paint with roses. Once I have done it I will post pictures.
Anyway I thought I would share with you my very first attempt at paint fusion, which is the new technique developed by Sheena Douglass. You can see the stamps and DVD etc here .
So here is the card I made;
The card base is a Kraft card covered with white wash core'dinations card which was embossed through the Cuttlebug and then sanded and punched.
I then stamped the butterfly and the wild roses onto the mount board. I painted them up with Plaid paints. When dry I stamped over the butterfly again with perfect medium and embossed with WOW powders .
I popped some more embossed whitewash card inside topped with a couple of nestie shapes and aa little sentiment which I had in my box.
My mum has had this card for a neighbour, whose birthday is this weekend - she's in her eighties and she loves anything handmade ;o)
Hope you like it too.