We are in the midst of repainting the trim, the ceiling and the walls in our dining room. It's been quite a long task, mostly because I'm having a hard time focusing on the inside of the house when I want to be outside when the weather is nice. It doesn't help that my craft room is always calling my name! It reminded me that I have Spellbinders Paint Your World Dies sitting in my craft room, just aching to be used.
Friday, August 18, 2023
Painting A Beautiful Day ~ ScrapbookPal
For the first card, I used Pinkfresh Studio Nested Arches to create the focal point, over an A2 sized card panel cut from barnwood printed paper, that I found in my scrapbox.
On the top arched layer, I blended on Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink and then added some ink splatters using a Ranger Ink Water Brush.
I assembled the Spellbinders Artful Tulip, adding silver mirror cardstock to the band of the paintbrush. I added some extra flowers from Spellbinders Country Road Garden Builder, in a random pattern along the brush as well. A bit of string around the handle of the paintbrush finished this card off nicely.
The sentiments on both cards are from Spellbinders Tiered Tray Sentiments. I love how you can mix and match all the Spellbinders products so seamlessly.
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