Today I am sharing projects created using a fun new-to-me painting medium and this new Autumn stamp set from Technique Junkies.
Chances are it's likely not new to any of you, but it is very recently new to me! It's a technique that I'd heard about for a long time, but finally experimented with just last week for the first time: painting with Ken Oliver Color Burst powders!
I can't believe it took me so long to try it! I'd have been hooked long ago! They are so fun and easy to work with.
And here are two cards I have made with this set and the Ken Oliver Color Burst powders.
I used my MISTI to stamp my images onto Fabriano Artistico 140# cold press watercolor paper with Versafine ink. I then used a wet brush to pick up tiny bits of the Color Burst powders from my palette, which literally was my craft mat. I painted the backgrounds first, then the leaves. I added some shadow color to further define the images from the background.
The video below shows the process of creating the card on the left, and also shows a few tips for correcting errors in cardmaking, including a tip for re-stamping a stamped image, and my trick for removing stray melted prembossing powder.
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