Saturday 9 January 2016

Inspired by HLS Video Crew


I was again totally inspired the HLS Video Crew. Ingrid shows us a wet on wet technique for watercolouring using the Butterfly Birthday set from HLS.

Here is my card 

I virtually CASED Ingrid's placement of her butterflies. My panel was larger so I added the sentiment on that panel too. A few little glitter enamel dots, some black acrylic paint splats and I was done. The difference with mine is I used Mixed Media paper and Ingrid used watercolour paper.

The Distress Inks I used are Victorian Velvet and Dusty Concord for the butterflies. The background is Salty Ocean.

I would like to enter my card into the following challenges -

ABC Challenges - Y is for Your Choice
The Mixed Media Card Challenge - Beginnings (I feel butterflies symbolise a new beginning)

Products from HLS

    Enamel Glitter Dots - Blue    

Thank you for popping by :)


  1. love this water coloured card, such a fab technique xx

  2. Wow! This looks amazing! Now I want to CASE you! A Case of a case!!! :)

  3. Wow!
    So pretty card!
    Love your design!

  4. SO awesome!!! I'm flattered. :) :) I know it was fun to make - those stamps stamp like a dream with this technique!!! :)


  5. That's a lovely card Kylie.

  6. This is so gorgeous Kylie - really soft and pretty!
    Carol x

  7. Beautiful misted stampings of your butterflies Kylie! thanks for joining us in the Mixed Media Card Challenge with this beauty! Julia xx

  8. Wow it's turned out really well, I love it. Thanks for joining us at ABC Challenge and good luck
    Andrea x

  9. This is gorgeous, Kylie. I want to CASE your CASE of Ingrid's tutorial. :) Thanks for playing along at The Mixed Media Card Challenge.

  10. Lovely card, love the blurred finish, so beautiful!!

  11. Those soft butterflies are so pretty. Thanks for joining us at the MMCC this month, Kylie.


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