Although it is Friday the 13th and a full moon, today is going to be fabulous. It's a three day weekend, hubby said he wants to watch football Saturday and Sunday (which means crafting time), and we are going to Jacksonville on Monday to see my daughter. Like I said, it's going to be a terrific day.
The other day I pulled out my new Ken Oliver Color Burst powders. I found a few You Tube videos to watch about the product. The first one by Ken's Kreations had six different techniques. The second one was by Sparkle N Sprinkle. I chose only one color to begin with because I had Valentine's Day on my mind...Alizarin Crimson.
First, I used MFT dies from Blueprints 20 to cut the background mats. I used watercolor paper and spritzed it with water using a Tim Holtz mister. I sprinkled a few drops of Color Burst powder and spread it around with an acrylic block. Warning: this can be messy and can discolor your fingers.
These are my new MFT Pierced Hearts. I got them last week during a Blitz Wednesday sale. Love to save so I can get more! I cut white foam instead of card stock to add dimension. Then I used clear glitter Wink of Stella to add some sparkle to each heart. The word love came from a crafty friend, Karen at Little Scrap Pieces ...Thank you Karen!
A big black bow to finish it off.
Hope you are not too superstitious and can enjoy your Friday!