Welcome to our Technique Blog Hop! This month we are highlighting the use of Perfect clusters,like the Sparkles flourishes product this Technique is shown on page 96 in the Spring/Summer 2012 Idea Book! This blog hop is a great big circle so you can start wherever you want and continue through to see all the fabulous artwork incorporating this technique.
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My look at the Perfect Clusters!
While I love the Sparkles flourishes and did a few things with it, I wanted to show how you can use so many things to make clusters to accent or move the eye through your work.
|This is the front and the back of a bag I made for one of my son's many teachers. These perfect clusters flow so nicely like movement they went perfect with the butterflies to give that feeling like they are fluttering.|
|I started off taking a desert sand peice of cardstock and used my spray pen to speckle it with white spots.|
|I attacked in the corers 4 pieces of Stella Paper that was 4 1/4" x 4 14" giving a 1/3" from the edges. in the center is 3d foam tape. I used those 4 peices as matting for 4x4 instagram pictuers.|
|on one of the images I put this dandelion peice stamp on it by painting it in pearl paint. Then I lightly sprinkled pearl embossing powder over to make the image fuller.(then heated the powder)|
|Finished dandelion stamped image.|
**all ordering codes are linked to my website for the convenience of shopping, and/or to look at the item with price.**
Desert Sand card stock:1273
Pearl Paint: Z1039
Stamp Set- Key Moments: B1392
Cocoa ink pad- Z2114
Pin Clips- Z1612
Filigree Charms- Z1269
**I apologize when I made this I go so in to the project there were 2ish items I used that were not close to my heart, they were items that are interchangeable and like i said with the liquid glass there was a convenience thing. So for the cog accessories that would be a result of shiny things by my hand and them being left over from a project I did recently.**
Thanks for stopping by! Please continue onto Rachel's Blog where you will find some additional artwork highlighting this technique! Be sure to leave a comment and let me know what you thought of my variation. Happy hopping!