Drive Away Those Blues

May 13, 2020

Drive Away Those Blues

This is one of those simple cards that came together in literally 15 minutes. I demonstrated it live on Instagram and added some white and black pen details after to fill out some empty spaces. 

 

The trick to getting it done so quickly was using colored cardstock and doing tone on tone inking. It's a really easy way to get a subtle effect. I wanted to make the flowers have a soft, diffused look, so I repositioned the stencil a bit offset from the original placement and it immediately made the image a tad blurry -- just the look I was going for. I finished it up with some embellishments and glitter accents and it's good to go to one of my newsletter subscribers!

blue flowers 1

blue flowers 2 

 

Supplies

Want to find the products I used? I have listed them below. 

(These are compensated affiliate links at no cost to you. Thank you for your support! Affiliate and product disclosure can be found here. As always, I was not paid to do this post and I only use products from companies I love.)

Cardstock/Paper

Stencil

Tools

Inks

Blending brushes 

Pens

Sentiments

Embellishments





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