March 22, 2015


Hello my dear friends, Martha Lucia here with my fancy butterfly card. Do you know that this stamp was one of the favorites this month? It was my favorite too, but after working with the others I can't decide which stamp is my favorite.

As you know during this month the design team are using different watercolor techniques and to make this card I used watercolor paper and Gelatos of Faber Castell. To create the background of this card, I combined two different techniques: the regular watercolor and the Bokeh Technique. It was a perfect experiment because the gelatos bring me the impact of the color and the white spots offered me the soft resolution.

I stamped my Fancy Butterfly with Versamark over the watercolor paper when this was totally dry. Then I covered it with gold embossing powder to show you all the details that this amazing stamps have it.

My sentiment is other stamp available in So Suzy Stamps. It's called Dream and also I stamped this with Versamark and Gold Embossing Powder but in this opportunity over Vellum to create a great contrast in my card. As a final touch I paste some sequins in purple and gold.

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See you soon with another creation in a few days. Happy spring!

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  1. When the Bokeh technique 'came out' a few months ago - I just had to try it with gelatos! I was definitely very happy with the results! Love your card!!!!


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