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Bleaching a Sympathy Card

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Hello, I hope this post finds you having a good day (all things considered) and maybe having a little crafting time too. I am linking this card up over at CAS Mix Challenge where the technique is Bleaching.  I love this technique every time I use it.  I have an aqua painter that I saved specifically for this technique. The stamp set I used for this card is from Stampin Up.  The butterfly is from Pretty Pink Posh and the sentiment is Verve.  First I masked the panel off and sponged it with Oxide inks.  Next, I stamped the image with Versamark and then painted it in.  It was super quick and fun to do.

Thanks for popping in and stay safe, Nanc’

 

 

6 thoughts on “Bleaching a Sympathy Card

  1. I love the bleached design. Wonderful card layout too.

  2. Love these colors, Nancy and the bleached flowers are so delicate looking! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

  3. This almost looks like reverse stenciling, Nancy. Or stenciling with white. Either way it looks great!

  4. Your bleach flowers look fabulous! I love your colour combination of orange and blue. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

  5. So beautifully sponged and bleached, Nancy! The soft white flowers are perfect for the occasion. Thank you so much for playing along with us at CAS Mix Up!
    Hideko xx

  6. I am intrigued by the soft bleach design and should really do it more. It is really a pleasing card.

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