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HOP + Chroma Glazes

HOP + Chroma Glazes

Hello everyone!! Welcome back to our blog, to our Hop. Our Mixed Media Team is using our Chroma Glazes to be Spring Inspired!! If you have not seen them yet, hop over here to see them in our store

We hope that you find some inspiration in the projects our team put together. 

To start this project hop along, BreAnn has created a Spring Inspired project using Chroma Glazes:

I started this by putting neon green chroma glaze through the Feather stencil. I also stenciled with Cornflower ink. For my cut file I used the same cornflower ink for the text. For the butterfly I used Jack O Lantern and Rouge inks.




Next up on our hop, Jeanne has used Chroma Glazes:

I really loved using these Chroma Glazes, they are just like the pens which I love too! I hope that you like what I came up with this week! I highly recommend these Chroma Glazes whether you purchase these in the tubs or the pens, they are both as equally AMAZING! Well I'll be back later this week and I do hope that you are all staying home and keeping safe! Much love!! 

Hope you like this week's project! See ya next week!! 

~Hugs~ Jeanne

 P.S.Here are my social media links if you would like to check them out! xoxo


For our next inspirational post using the Chroma Glaze, Jenn created a clean and simple card:

For my tag I used the Neon Pink Chroma Glaze through a bubbles stencil on a Kraft Tag. I added some white embossing around the edges and then glazed over them with the Neon pink Chroma again. I added some stamped fussy cuts, die cuts and flowers. I added Pearl Aqua Pigment to the flowers and other embellishments as well as some splatters. Finally I added a jute string hanger and sentiment sticker along with a few of the clear drops.




This next project Nicole used the Chroma Glaze to create her card:

One of my favorite ways to use Chroma Glaze is layering color over a stencil. For this project, I used the Daisy stencil with glaze colors in Teal, Bubblegum a Daffodil, layering and mixing the two colors that fell beside each other. (Tip: Use colors that mix well together beside each other. For example, pink and yellow. Those colors create orange. You don't want to chose two colors that create brown or a muddy color.) Once dry, I used just a small portion behind a white, diagonal cut, card panel that's raised up on foam adhesive. I then stamped a few flowers and leaves from the Inked Flowers stamp set with oxide inks and painted with the same ink color. Once dry, I used a glitter pen to add shimmer, a few enamel dots for flower centers and glued them to my card base.





Thank you for stopping by. Remember to "Create Your Own Ending" and keep creating!!!

Brutus Monroe


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