Hi and welcome back! Joy here with a fun card featuring velveteen glazes and the cutest little unicorn I have ever seen! Have you been curious about velveteen glazes, but a little unsure how they work? First, they are a matte glaze, so when they dry there is zero shine. I am only showing one way to use them today, but I have used them to run through a stencil, to paint with , and with a gel plate prints. I know the other designers have been creating awesome projects with other uses, so I encourage you to check out the Brutus Monroe social media sites this week!
This card measures 51/2 inch square, I do this because you can get a square card from one sheet of paper. I used the Circle Tone stencil and blended Alabaster ink, then shifted the stencil 1/4 in over and down and then blended Triple Berry ink through it for a second shadow of color. The Happy Heather Velveteen Glaze was then ran through the stencil after shifting it 1/4 inch again to get that bold burst of color. While that dried I colored the Unicorn Curves stamp set with Alcohol markers on the Perfect Blend card stock. To complete my card I added Alabaster and Raven layers to my card base. I just love this fun, whimsical card, and hope you give it a try!
Until next time... Keep Crafting!!
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