Hello there! I have a little card tutorial to share with you today and I am hoping a very special young lady from Brazil will take a peek on this one <3. She had been wishing for card tutorials, so this one is for you, Bea :).
Brush scripts are very trendy at the moment, so I was thinking I might give it a try. First I probably should mention that I didn´t have a proper brush script brush at hand, so I just used a normal paint brush for starters :). The result is not the best, but I it was fun making this card and that is the main point.
I first used a Wycinanka stencil as a stamp and dabbed some blue Distress Ink onto it an pressed it on the card base.
That creates a really nice background pattern for the card.
Then I went over to the brush script experiment. Like I said, I used a regular thin paint brush for this purpose, so my script results were..lets say..interesting :). You definitely will want to try this technique out, but I sould warn you, it needs practice. I need to practice..hard :). But I like the idea of the brush script look alot, so I will come back to this technique when I have some proper brush gear in my stash :).
After I had finished writing random words onto the piece of cardstock, I glued it behind a chipboard frame (by Wycinanka). I then went and adhered a piece of bright and bubbly patterned paper onto the card and then placed the chipboard piece over it. Then I just added a stamped sentiment and decorated the feathers with some glitter glue.
See you soon,