Here’s another of the MFT blog posts that got archived (thus no text, gah! fortunately I had some pics!)
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- Magical Friends, MFT
- Prismacolor pencils: EH – BLICK
- Prismacolor Hex Chart
- Stonehenge Drawing Paper:AMZ – BLICK
I LOVE this card! I’m just now venturing into the world of stamps, dies, watercolor pencils, and card-making. I sooo love the look of your soft watercolored animals here. Do some more! I’m pretty sure I “liked” your video on Youtube. Thanks for showing your technique. 🙂
Beautiful 🙂 I love learning stuff from you!
I love you. That is all 🙂
Sweet card. I enjoy watching your videos because I learn so much. TFS Oh, I go both ways on the sequins. It just depends on my mood.
Beautiful card, and love the sentiment. You did great with the soft coloring. Of course, I had no doubt you would. heh As for sequins, cup side up usually. It seems to reflect the light better, or at least, that’s what I tell myself. ^_^
Cup side up! No question in my mind. Then you can add small gem or pearl drop for the center. Going to love Vlog idea! You always find something to talk about!
I’m not sure how you’d glue them down cup side down–so it’s cup side up for me! You did it on your project–you achieved “soft.” Congratulations!! It’s fun to force ourselves to change. I keep trying to do the “soft” thing and I think I finally achieved it this spring with some Easter cards. My heart sang just looking at them. Thanks for the videos Sandy!!
Cup side up. I like to cover up the hole in the middle of the sequin with blin!
Really sweet! Love your take on soft coloring. I too usually lean towards bright, but soft is a nice change of pace. I subscribed to your new channel too! 🙂
Sequins?… cup side up for me, otherwise I’d have to use so much glue to keep those suckers on that I could keep glossy accents in business for years! I’ve seen some of your other vlogs and look forward to seeing more.
Great soft color card! I love watching your videos, you encourage people to go outside their comfort zone. Thanks for all you share!
Well, I don’t have a strong opinion about the best way to glue sequins as I don’t use them very often on the surface of a card. When I use them, they are usually loose, but confined in a shaker card.
Looking forward to the VLOG!
Cute “missing you” card!
I don use sequins. Great card and sentiment.
I prefer cupside down but find they often fall off that way so mostly do cupside up. I find the best glue for cup down is pinflair gel – anyone got any better tips?