Saturday, 27 May 2017

Fabulous Flamingo & Video Technique Stampin Up! UK

A sneak peak card today my good friend and downline Team Member Linda Kasparian gifted me this gorgeous set for my Birthday, to say I was super excited to open this gift is an understatement.

 I was really taken with this set at Onstage, I feel this flamingo is an elegant one, and I wanted to try different colours using the set, I know I know Flamingo's are Pink right!! 

 Well I am a rebel at heart I just had to go Blue, and Blue is Linda's colour of choice so what better way to thank her, than making a Blue Flamingo, I used two different watercolour techniques the smooshing and the Bubble Wrap technique.

 The colourways I used were Pool Party, Bermuda Bay and of course the Lush Berry Burst and finished them off with the Gorgeous Glitter enamel dots.

I do have a Smooshing video albeit one I did on my phone and is not very professional at all , I did it for a fellow Demo to show her how I did a technique on a card I shared at an event. But it gives you the idea on how to Smoosh... 

I will of course be doing a video on the Bubble wrap, maybe a Facebook Live and I will upload to you tube for you all.
But for now heres the card and underneath is the video.



On the card above I used the leaf stamp from the same set to add a little extra interest as well as a flick of Wink of Stella, the next card I omitted this.

Smooshing Technique Video

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