Word Art Wednesday

Word Art Wednesday

Happy Wednesday!

Can’t believe Easter is right around the corner! Time passes by so fast. It’s another new challenge today at Word Art Wednesday. Please play along with us!


This week’s challenge features the script from 1PETER 1:3.

I made my card panel by ink blending Squeezed Lemonade, Scattered Straw, Twisted Citron, and Mermaid Lagoon Distress Oxide Inks onto a piece of 4.25″ by 5.5″ Bristol Smooth Surface White Card Stock to make the background. After it completely dried, I used the Ranger’s Mister bottle to spray some water onto the background. I used the heating tool to heat set it.

I printed the script onto a piece of Neenah White Card Stock and trimmed it down to 1.25″ by 2.5″ and ink blended with Dried Marigold Distress Oxide Ink.

I stamped the hummingbirds from Pretty Pink Posh with Versa Mark Ink onto the background and heat embossed with Hero Arts’ White Detailed Embossing Powder. I also stamped the hummingbirds with a Copic friendly ink, Hero Arts’ Intense Black Ink onto a piece of #80 pounds of Neenah White Card Stock and colored them with Copic Markers (RV000, RV21, RV23, RV25, Y13, Y18,YG11, YR04, BV01, BV02 and BV04) and fussy cut them out.

I glued the card panel onto my A2 #100 pound of Recollection White Card Base. I adhered the hummingbirds onto the same spot that I heat embossed with white embossing powder to have a white outline there. I glued the script onto the card and used my Copic Multi Liner to draw an outline on it so it will have some dimension. To finish the card, I added some jewels from Pretty Pink Posh.

Stop by at Word Art Wednesday and join in the bi-weekly challenge, Everything Goes. The winner will get two stamp sets or one stamp set and one die from Stamp Simply Clear Stamps.

Thanks for visiting and see you next time!

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