Saturday, January 13, 2018

Just Us Girls #423 - Trend Week

Hey friends!  It's Trend week over at Just Us Girls, and Sue chose the galaxy background.  So fun!
 
These backgrounds are so cool to create.  They really don't look great while making them, but when done they look amazing.  And they look even better when the white paint is splattered on them (in my opinion!).  I first die cut the panel with a stitched rectangle die then embossed the sentiment and fireworks with white embossing powder.  Once that was done, I started blending blues, purples, and black inks on the panel.  I buffed off any ink that remained on the white embossing.  Then I splattered it with the white paint and added the sequins for more shine.  This panel was mounted on fun foam to the base.
 
Check out what the JUGs design team and our January guest did with this trend on the JUGs blog.
 
Thanks for stopping by!
 
Recipe
Stamps:  Make a Wish (ME), USA 1776 (Waltzingmouse)
Paper:  Recollections white
Ink:  Versamark, tumbled glass, salty ocean, dusty concord, black soot
Accessories:  Stitched rectangle STAX die (MFT), white ep, sequins, Copic opaque white, fun foam



7 comments:

Sue VanDeVusse said...

Wow, your background is stunning! I love the big bold sentiment and the addition of the fireworks. Those sequins finish this off perfectly!

Ina Grehan said...

Awesome stary night sky Lisa. Fabulous bold fireworks and sentiment. Love the added sequins.

cm said...

Gorgeous night sky made all the more eye-catching with the fabulous fireworks! A starry celebration all over this card! LOVE it!
~carol

Vicki Dutcher said...

Perfect bg with the bursts!!

Nancy said...

You my friend sure know how to blend those Oxide Inks...me....not so much! Your card is amazing!!

Cathymac said...

Your sentiment and fireworks really pop against that fabulous night sky, Lisa! Beautiful!

Bobby said...

The fireworks looks fabulous with your galaxy sky, Lisa. The white spatters add so much and are a bright white. Mine usually fade away.

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