This card was made in the same way. Heat embossing the stamped image, this time from the Paper Artsy Lynne Perrella collection LPC025. Sprayed with water and then pink and gold powders sprinkled over the top.
The mat for the main image was also sprayed with water and sprinkled with the same powders.
The card blank was painted with the gold pigment made up into a paint.
The two lozenges were stamped and heat embossed in black powder then sprayed with water and pigment powder sprinkled over the top.
Although this card looks slightly different it is still made using the same methods.
The main stamped image, from the same stamp set as the one above, was stamped onto watercolour card and heat embossed with white powder. Then sprayed with water and sprinkled with blue and silver powders.
The mat behind was painted with the blue pigment powder mixed with water to form a paint.
The little lozenges this time though were stamped onto some of the offcuts from,the main stamped image and then heat embossed in black powder. I think that gave them a stronger look perhaps?
I then used a Chinese book paper to mount them all onto before adding it to the card blank.
So three different cards made using the pigment powders. There are so many ways you can use these products though. I am sure I will be showing you more ideas to use them in the near future.
Do have a go with them, if you enjoy your mixed media style projects you are going to love them, I promise.
You can find the IndigoBlu luscious Pigment Powders here-
Cosmic Shimmer Pixie Powders-
In The Fruit Pixie Etsy Shop
The IndigoBlu lollypop tree stamp -
Paper Artsy Lynne Perella stamps-