Today I’d like to share another tutorial with you. I’m running a bit behind because my internet is having issues. So please bear with me as I work through this problem over the next few days. Today’s card uses the Floating & Fluttering Bundle found in the 2021 January – June Mini.
This bundle of products doesn’t contain sentiments so it was perfect to team up with the FREE Sale-a-bration stamp set Heal Your Heart (Sale-a-bration 152291) that you can earn when you purchase this bundle and spend $50 in product.
Want to see the card now? I chose one of my favorite color combos for it – Coastal Cabana and Granny Apple Green.
When doing a technique like blending colors you’ll want to choose colors next to each other on the color wheel rather than across from each other for a more pleasing feel. If you use colors across from each other you’ll get a more “muddy” look when you blend them.
If you don’t remember your childhood art class basics, there are primary colors Red, Blue, and Yellow.
When primary colors are mixed with the color next to them you get the secondary colors, orange, violet, green. And of course, if there is more of one of the primary colors in the mix that is more dominate, you’ve got the tertiary colors or 3rd set of colors.
If you’ve been stamping for a while you probably do this intuitively with your color combinations without even realizing it as we all have color palettes we use repeatedly because they make us happy.
On to the tutorial. I’ve created both a video and PDF for you that I wanted to share.
Floating & Fluttering Thank You Card Video Tutorial
Floating & Fluttering Thank You Card Tutorial PDF
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