I find working with the color pink could be challenging. Should it be Pepto pink, baby pink, girly, or grungy? I see a lot of pink on flowers so I thought I would take that lead and see what happens. Well, let's check it out! Here is my card for today, enjoy!
|Pink and red nail polish created the pink backdrop. |
Flower stencils then sponged on top of the nail polish using dark pink and cranberry.
|You can see the petals of the stenciled flower by Altenew. |
It isn't evident at first until you really start to look.
City Crafter Challenge: Week 374- Pretty in Pink
A couple of weeks ago my daughter and I decided to marble some paper using nail polish. Yes, nail polish, for those of you who haven't tried it, do! here is a link. This card is the product of the residual nail polish that was floating on the water's surface. I thought it would make fantastic background paper! Of course, the color of the paper is pink.
Well, that should do it for me!! Thank you so much for stopping by and do appreciate you taking time out of your busy day to spend time with me. We will see you soon. Take care and happy stamping.
All the best,