Thanks for stopping by.
Wednesday’s blog is something new, right?
So here’s a lovely new Peacock stencil :
7″ x 7″
Lay the stencil on a piece of our 7″ x 7″ Gelli Plate card.
Only because it’s the same size!
I ran it through an embossing machine, but this is optional.
I actually flipped the embossed image,
so that the peacock was recessed.
Use low-tack stencil tape to hold it in place.
Apply a little Pumice Stone Distress ink
with one of our stencil brushes.
Then Tumbled Glass…
then Worn Lipstick.
When you remove the stencil, it looks really lovely.
Just for the hell of it, I flipped the artwork,
to see what it would look like with the Peacock standing out.
I also used a darker blue, Chipped Sapphire
bit more Worn Lipstick…
ink pad that is! Don’t you be kissing the bird all over!
People will start to talk!
Flick a little water at the artwork and blot it with kitchen roll.
I like this, too.
Which one do you like best?
The darker, water-splatted one?
or the lighter, pastel one?
(I added a little shade with a Promarker, too.)