Stenciled Glitter Glaze Spotlight Card
Happy Friday crafty friends! Lauren here, sharing what I'm calling a "spotlight" card. I used a die cut window to give a little peek-through of a glitter glaze background.
I started by painting an aqua pigment panel with a couple of layer of the March aqua pigment of the month, this super cool fuchsia iridescent tone called "Rhubarb". When it was dry, I used the March stencil of the month with Gold glitter glaze and set it aside. I die cut a hexagon shape from a piece of Alabaster cardstock. I used a paintbrush to splatter Gilded liquid element all over the front for more sheer drops, and then mixed it with a little bit of gold acrylic paint to give it a little bit more opacity, and flicked that on the panel as well. I heat embossed the sentiment with Alabaster EP onto a piece of metallic gold cardstock and trimmed it down to a banner shape.
I adhered the hexagon window panel over the glitter glaze background with foam tape, and glued the sentiment onto the front. I put the whole card front onto a slightly larger piece of Alabaster cardstock, and finished it off with a few gold sequins.
Have you used die cuts to highlight a fun background before? Share your creations on social media, and be sure to use the hashtags #BrutusMonroe and #CreateYourOwnEnding so we can see what you make! Have a fabulous weekend.
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