March 17, 2022

Tie Dye Peace Card

 Hello! Today I am sharing how I created my blue and yellow tie dye peace card.

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I started with a piece of The Crafter's Workshop Watercolor Paper Pack and on the top half, I sprinkled on some of the Yellow Ochre ColorSparx from The Crafter's Workshop ColorSparx® Grasslands pack. On the bottom half, I sprinkled on some of the Cerulean Blue ColorSparx from The Crafter's Workshop ColorSparx® Poolside. Then I misted the entire paper with water.
Below is what it looked like at first but I thought it still looked too plain.

So I decided to use The Crafter's Workshop Daisy Spread over the ColorSparx background and sponge daubed on some ink over the stencil. Using yellow ink over the yellow area and blue ink over the blue area.

I love how the ink with the stencil over the ColorSparx gives it a watercolor or tie dye look.

For the sentiment, I stamped the Crackerbox Stamps Peace Outline stamp with VersaMark Ink and heat embossed it with clear embossing powder. Then with some aqua transfer foil, I ran it through my laminate machine. Then since I already had a watercolor theme going I used some of the ColorSparx with a small paintbrush and colored it in making sure that it went outside the lines. Then I attached the sentiment in the center of the card and added some enamel dots and I was done.

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