Pink Marble

Sunday, March 23, 2014

This card was a lot of fun to create. 
It was more of an experiment than anything else and I love the texture of the end result.
It reminds me of marble, but also has the look {in person} of a soft, fuzzy texture.


I created the heart by stamping and embossing the sentiment first.
Then, I wet the paper and added the distress inks using a finger dauber. Finally, I flicked and dripped  droplets of water onto the heart.
To create the background I added the color to the paper directly from the ink pad.
I added water {in flicks, drips, and spritzes} and dried the piece about 6 times until I was finished.  After it was dry, I stamped the sentiment and heat embossed it.  I used a stencil, Versamark ink, and a finger dauber to apply the embossed hearts.


Thanks so much for stopping by!




Cardstock: WP9 White
Stamps: WP9 Love You More
Ink: Versamark Ink, TH Distress Ink Worn Lipstick, Spun Sugar
Dies: SS Heart Die
Other: HS Stencil, White Embossing Powder

13 comments :

  1. This is gorgeous. I wish I could feel and see it in real life.

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  2. Fabulous Kara! A great experiment.

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  3. Wow...this is absolutely gorgeous!

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  4. Beautiful results from your experiment Kara!

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  5. Just beautiful. Such a cool look.

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  6. Beautiful, Kara--love the effect!

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  7. I love the effect you achieved!

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  8. Hi Kara, saw this on Moxie Fab and had to tell you how Pretty this card is! LOVE the gradient colors and the stenciled hearts!

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  9. This is gorgeous! Great job and end results from your experiment.

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