Saturday, 21 November 2020

Rainbow Poinsettia

Welcome
Meet today's card.
A fun one filled with lots of colours thanks to the Bleeding Tissue Paper technique.
I easily found the tissue paper on Amazon.ca; a large package of it for a very reasonable price.
I love how this turned out...bright and happy and festive.
So here's what I did to create my card.
  • I began with a piece of heavy white cardstock as my card panel.  I tore the Bleeding Tissue Paper into strips and laid them over the panel, then sprayed them down with some water and set aside to dry.  
  • **Helpful hint....let the tissue dry on it's own so the colour will transfer.  If you go to lift it and some of the color still hasn't gone onto your cardstock, just add more water.**
  • When the tissue was totally dry, I removed the pieces to reveal the beautiful colour blends.
  • Next, I placed the dried piece into my Misti and stamped this new to me gorgeous stamp called Poinsettia Collage from Impression Obsession and stamped it with some Versafine Clair.
  • To help the image pop, I clear heat embossed the image, then splattered with my white Posca pen.
  • I cut the panel down a bit and mounted it onto some red cardstock and then onto a heavy white card base.

Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Adding my card to these challenges:
Simon Says Wed- CHRISTMAS
Moving Along with the Times- CHRISTMAS FLOWERS

Supplies
Stamps- Poinsettia Collage (IO)
Inks- Versafine Clair
Paper- heavy white (Scribes Nook); red cs (Michaels)
Accessories and Tools- Bleeding Tissue Paper (Amazon link above); clean eb powder; heat tool; 
Mister (TH)

17 comments:

Becky Kaderka said...

WOW! This is one of the prettiest cards I have ever seen! Thanks so much for sharing! Also, this is the first time I have ever heard of bleeding tissue paper. I’m going to order some right now and try it. Thanks again!!!

Jenny L said...

Hi Karen,
this is so colourful and gorgeous.
Beautifully created and what a great technique used.
Just what we all need to cheer us up in these uncertain times.
Thank you for joining the MAWTT Challenge.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

Daffodil Cards said...

OH! This is Stunning Karen.
Faith x

Verna Angerhofer said...

This is amazingly beautiful.

Susan said...

What a wonderful technique! The rainbow of colours is lovely! And a beautiful new stamp - I'm tempted to look for it!

Bunny said...

This is fabulous. I love the rainbow look. A very pretty card. [Bunny]

I Card Everyone said...

WOWZERS, KAREN!!!! You always have a new technique in your back pocket, don't you?? You couldn't get bored, that is for sure!
I'm so intrigued by this tissue paper - I might have to visit the shop! and you have EVERYONE shopping for the IO Poinsettia!! Think we'll all find one? xx
=]

Pat said...

I nearly bought some bleeding art tissue a while ago but then didn't but after seeing this beautiful card I wish I had. The poinsettia is beautiful and love the extra writing and what looks like postmarks, but maybe they're not, but whatever it is a brilliant card Karen. x

nancy littrell said...

Beautiful tissue paper rainbow background for your wonderful new poinsettia collage stamped image, my friend. TFS your description and the links. You amaze me with your new techniques and creative holiday cards, Karen. Happy Holidays...Love and Hugs...Nancy

Christine Alexander said...

this looks like such a fun technique Karen, thanks for the link for the Tissue paper.
Gorgeous card, I love the random colours so perfect for the poinsettia stamp :)

Anke said...

WOW WOW WOW absolutely stunning, Karen.

I love your poinsettia card in this colours.

Hugs
Anke

cuilliesocks said...

Oh my so beautiful Karen, wonderful stamping and gorgeous colours, love it, keep safe Kate x

Bonnie said...

This poinsettia collage stamp is almost as awesome as your background, my friend! What a beautiful, artsy card!

Ellibelle said...

What a fun technique. I'll have to give it a try!

Mac Mable said...

What a fabulous effect with the technique Karen x. Such a vibrant and happy card and so unique and contemporary x.

Ida said...

Wow this is fabulous. I've never heard of Bleeding Tissue paper or the technique before but it's now in my wheelhouse of things to try. Your card is just wonderful.

Diane Louise J said...

Hello… Thanks for sharing your lovely card with Moving Along with the Times; it fits perfectly with our ‘Christmas Flowers’ challenge theme. Hope you can join us next month for our new challenge. Diane Louise (Team Leader) xx