DIY Card With Color Bursts and the Molotow Masking Pen
Create a card using Ken Oliver Color Bursts, the Molotow Masking Pens and a stencil!
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Color Bursts and Masking with the Molotow Masking Pen
Hi there everyone! Laurel Beard here today to share with you some tips on using the Ken Oliver color bursts with the Molotow Masking Pen and a stencil! I absolutely LOVE how this turned out. I don't know about you, but I own a ton of stencils so I could have so many unique backgrounds for my projects! Here's what you will need:
Ken Oliver Color Bursts (I used Indigo. Ultramarine Blue and Pthalo Green)
Stencil (I used the Donna Downey Bloom Floral stencil)
Molotow Masking Pen
Amazing die cut
Double Sided Foam Tape
To create the card:
I secured my stencil on top of my watercolored card panel and colored over it with the Molotow Masking pen.
Once the masking fluid was dry (took no time at all), I heavily spritzed the panel with water and than tapped on the Indigo and Pthalo Green Color Bursts onto the panel. I recommend allowing the color burst to dry naturally onto the card but if you can't wait, zapping it with a heat tool will still leave good effects.
Once it was dry, I took my finger and remove the masking fluid away. Just push it out of the way, lol! You can also use an adhesive remover or even a eraser if you'd like.
I spritzed a panel with Ultramarine Blue Color Burst, allowed it to dry and then die cut the word "Amazing" with my die cutting machine and adhered it onto the card, followed by a stamped "you" sentiment popped up with some foam dimensional tape.
I adhered the panel down to a Navy Blue card base and added a little heart sequins as the dot to the "i" in Amazing.... ALL DONE! :):)
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