Thursday, June 14, 2018

Silhouette Sunset: Plastic Wrap Technique

Hello Friends!
Today I have a super fun and simple technique that makes an interesting and lovely card.


I water-colored this using Yellow and Gamboge Brusho pigments.
I then placed a piece of scrunched plastic wrap over the wet paper and let dry over night.
The sunset background is so strikingly real, because as in life, there are shadows and rays of light bouncing off of lots of things.


Check out the video:

NON-STAMPIN' UP! ITEMS: THESE MAY BE FOUND AT ANY ART STORE, BIG BOX STORE OR AMAZON. PAINTER'S TAPE, HARD BOARD, CERAMIC PALETTE, SAND ERASER, 1INCH FLAT BRUSH,PLASTIC FOOD WRAP, CONTAINERS FOR WATER, PAPER TOWEL, MEDIUM AND FINE POINT SHARPIE MARKERS.

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Happy Crafting!
Lisa Foster
Lisa Foster

Welcome to Fostering Creativity Together.I'm Lisa Foster. an independent demonstrator with Stampin' Up! I love to share, learn and teach this fantastic craft! I hope you'll join me on this incredible paper journey!

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