Once again I am back with another rainbow color theme project but this time with pastel shades.
Firstly, I created a colorul watercolor background in summery colors. Using my Distress markers, I spread all the colors on my craft mat and spritz with water (shown in the pic) and pressed my white sheet on it for the rainbow patch.
Then I used my butterfly die using the "Camouflaging die cut technique" directly from that watercolored BG.
To add dimension, I die cut the same butterfly die 5 times out of black scraps and made a stack as shown in the pic. Glued the colored one at the top.
I remained the die cut pieces as it is.
I placed my watercolored panel to a black panel and then a white card base. The pop of black really showcased the rainbow colors so well with a butterfly.
To finish it off, I added some colorful splatters, sequins and placed my butterfly with a tail using a twine under the labelled sentiment.
Love this super simple technique with a cheerful card and a great way to get the die cuts on the focal point!
Hoping you enjoyed this technique!
Cardstock: white CS 300gsm, black CS
Stamp: Purely sentiment from Mudra Stamps
Die: Swirl Butterfly from Memory Box
Distress Markers: salty ocean, squeezed lemonade, fossilized amber, mowed lawn, ripe persimmon, festive berries, picked raspberry, seedless preserves
Big shot, Tonic Trimmer
Sequins and twine from my stash
Would love to enter my card in the following challenge: