I have an autumnal card to share today, using the wonderful Changer Lightening Effect powders. These additives are such fun to use and can give some different looks and textures to powders you already own.
Friday, 2 October 2020
Autumn is Calling with Gemma
I began by inking some white card panels with the clear embossing ink, then embossing with three different powders - Kiwi Krush, Metalline Flame and Primary Apple Red.
Next, I created mixes of the embossing powders with each of the Changers Lightening Effect powders - Sheen, Glisten and Texture. I used a ratio of 1:1, mixing the powders in empty WOW pots. I embossed some more white card panels with these different mixes.
I used a die set from Hello Bluebird, called Fall Leaves, to die cut lots of leaves from each panel. I die cut the leaf veins from pearlescent brown card with stick-it adhesive on the reverse, to help with adhering them to the leaves.
On my card base, I arranged the leaves with some overlapping. I adhered them down with liquid glue, continuing until the card base was covered.
For the sentiment, I heat embossed a greeting from the Hello Bluebird Pumpkin Time stamp set using Copper embossing powder.
I used a circle die to cut it out, then adhered it on a larger die cut circle, this time cut from the pearlescent brown card. I adhered this in the centre of my card to finish.
I love how different the leaves look just by using the Changers Lightening Effect additives.
Have a lovely day,
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