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So Suzy & Crackerbox Stamps - Bokeh Valentine

Hi Everyone,

time to think about Valentine's  Day!
I made a Bokeh background for my card.


Let me show you how I did this:

I used a Clarity Bubbles stencil and my brand new Clarity Brushes - you can get them in the store (click on the link) and started out with a light pink card base.



I brushed with various distress oxide inks


making sure I always move the stencil in a different position.


I used worn lipstick, picked raspberry and abandoned coral.


I took the Swirly Hearts stamp and my Misty and stamped it onto the upper half of my panel - I will be using the lower half for a second card.




I cut the panel in half and added the sentiment (simple Love You)- heat embossed it onto a small die cut black card stock heart. Added small strips of silver metallic Washi tape and glitter enamel dots.



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Comments

conil said…
Brilliant bokeh...never thought about using colored card and inks for bokeh but it works so well. Very satisfying. And you still have a piece for another card. I always knew your were clever.
Cathy said…
Fantastic card Cornelia, love the pink bokeh, and that gorgeous swirly heart, so striking in black, Cathy x
papierelle said…
Wunderschön!!!
sandie said…
Gorgeous Cornelia-love the background and beautifully blended. Wow you did a great job with the stamping-I thought it was a die! The extra touch of the silver card is the perfect finishing touch. Thanks for joining Time Out
Viv said…
Lovely Bokeh that looks so good on the coloured card and you've used some of my fave DI shades. Thanks for joining at at Cas Mix Up this month!
Viv
(Guest DT January)
Bobby said…
I am so CASEing this card, Cornelia. I love the colored bokeh with the swirly heart on top.
Mac Mable said…
Such a beautiful bokeh effect and such a fabulous colour combination. Love the stamp and the pop of black. Thank you for joining in the CAS mix up challenge X
Loll said…
Beautiful bokeh background for your goregous swirly heart image, Cornelia. The mix of colours for layering your bubbles are so pretty! Makes a beautiful Valentine's card. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!
Anita in France said…
How romantic, Cornelia ... those layered bubbles of colour in all those yummy pink/coral hues are just delicious ... fabulous with the bold black swirly heart! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Hugs, Anita :)
Jill V said…
This is a beautiful card - I love the bokeh effect you created - so perfect with that wonderful silhouette heart stamp! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Jill
Bonnie said…
Love that swirly heart die and the pink Bokeh background makes for a perfect Valentine, Cornelia! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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