Welcome everyone to the Day 2 of our 2nd Anniversary Blog Hop!
These two years have been fantastic thanks to all of you and many fantastic designers joining our team or being our guests. It has been a blast! And we know next year will be amazing as well, because you are all with us and the group of our fans and followers is growing every day. Thank you sincerely for all your love and incredible support!!
We are having even more fabulous designers joining our Blog Hop and we are so excited to have them all with us celebrating Studio Katia’s Birthday and having fantastic time with our newest release.
If you missed Day 1 of our Celebration, follow this link to not miss any of the great fun we are having this weekend.
To celebrate this special occasion Studio Katia is giving away TWO $100 CAD Gift Certificate on every day of the Blog Hop. That’s FOUR chances to win! You don’t want to miss that!
The winners will be chosen randomly from comments left on ALL blogs of our Blog Hop. The more blogs you visit, the greater your chances of winning.
– Leave a comment on this blog post and on every stop of the Blog Hop
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– Make sure to leave all the comments by Saturday, June 2nd, 2018 11:59 PM EST.
*Comments must be left before 11:59 PM EST on Saturday, June 2nd, 2018 on the Studio Katia Blog. Winners will be announced on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018.
For today’s project I created a fun and simple watery background using one of the latest stamp from the new release ‘Mermaid For Each Other’ and coordinating die.
For my background I blended peacock feathers and blueprint sketch distress inks (its my go to colours when creating anything watery background) onto a watercolor paper. I spritzed some clean water to move the colour around, to create a loose watercolor look. Then dried it immediately using a heat tool. I did this a couple of times and drying it in between. I also splattered some clean water and with a paper towel picked up some of the excess water(after 30 seconds) to create a distress look. I also added some white paint and perfect pearls for added details to my watery background. I trimmed my background using the largest rectangle from the ‘Darling Ribbon & Dotted Frames‘ creative die. I coloured my images with copic markers and die cut them using its coordinating dies. I also die cut some hearts using red cardstock and added some glossy accent to the die cut hearts. I stamped my sentiment in black and that finishes my card for today.
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