Inspired by Loll - CASE 4
Welcome back! Continuing with learning more from Loll, I have this card. This time the look and the layout is what I copied shamelessly. And as I noticed that the challenge CAS Mix up get your skills and techniques - up, I thought let me do a mix up of my CASEing with the latest challenege there. I did have a card that I made but then, it'll be posted next time! The card that I am CASEing today is this, what a beautiful layout.
The technique I used for this card is similar to this card's, but I didnt have distress crayons, so I checked CAS Mix up list of videos.. and saw a video called Heated crayon technique. Voilaa.. crayons.. my son has an amazing stash of squishy scribbled crayons, so I asked him.. Ishir will you help mumma for this card. A 3 yr old, loves to HELP !
So, this is how I did this card. scribbled rainbow colours and melted them, actually heating the paper and scribbling helps more (as also suggested in the video).
I recently bought a Butterfly stamp from an Indian company Mudra craft. I stamped it in Archival ink, let it air dry ( it takes some time and I didn't want to put heat as it might get the colours melted).
Then I fussy cut it.. used a dark brown colour for it's edges and popped it up over stenciled leaves. Tadaa...
I have to Thank you Loll. For this series is being such a learning.. may be after this I can develop my own techniques :P (just kidding). Reading your work and the way you admire other's work and CASE them, it's so inspiring. Learning never ends even when you are Loll Thompson! And I learn one more thing from you, admiring other's work :)
Hope you like my card.
CASology - the prettiest of beings flutter
amongst the fierce and furious in a jungle!
Did you know, that a
Butterfly is a Wild Animal?