Happy Birthday!

This is my card for the MIX10 Mix-ability & the Free For All Challenges on Splitcoast this week.

The challenge is to hand cut circles (no dies!) from something (paper, fabric or whatever), add ink or paint & glitter to make a flower.

The Free For All Challenge is Birthday.

I went a little backwards and added my paint (Gelatos from Faber-Castell) first to a coffee filter.

I misted with water and let the colors blend.

One of the Gelatos I used was metallic and the result was shimmery goodness.

I then cut some circles in different sizes from my prettied up coffee filter. These circles are in no way perfect… I like them that way for flowers.

Next I added Sprinkles! glitter from Clearsnap (the best glitter ever!).

Assemble flower layers and scrunch. Here is a close up of my flower:

Next I took a piece of newspaper and scribbled in green and misted. After it dried I tore out a leaf shape and sponged the edges with Chestnut Roan Colorbox Chalk ink.

Here are my supplies (forgot to add the white acrylic paint I used along with the Smooch to splatter the card back.  Phrase stamp is from Paper Smooches.

 

12 responses to “Happy Birthday!

  1. Wow Jeanne- I LOVE these flowers! Will have to try the gelatos. Beautiful colors…

  2. Just beautiful Jeanne! That flower is gorgeous!!

  3. AWESOME!!!Beautiful card,Love your flower,Thanks for sharing…

  4. very pretty, love the flower!

  5. Jeanne, I love your hand cut circle flower and especially the hand torn foliage. I hope I can play in this challenge when I get home from work. I have never noticed this challengeon SCS before.

  6. Hi Jeanne! I love your card — especially that fabulous flower. I must be flower-challenged — how did you turn those cool circles into that amazing flower????

  7. Love the card! Can you recall how big were those circles you cut for the flower please? Thanks! Carol M in TX

  8. Love the flower! Can’t wait to try this technique!

  9. I have to say that I am truly impressed. I don’t have Gelatos…. YET! Thanks for sharing, first of all, the use of coffee filter and secondly the Gelatos. Love the flower.

  10. That flower is so pretty, love the white splatters

  11. IN LOVE with this one! My 7 year old said “Gosh it looks like a real rose!” =D

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