Whisper White and Basic Black Stained Glass Using Rose Garden Thinlits
My card today is a masterpiece and I love, love, love it!!! I saw this done by another demonstrator a long time ago and I filed it away for a rainy day, but once I had created it, I just fell in-love with it and just had to share.
My card’s number one focus is the large rose from the Rose Garden Thinlits. I first created a whisper white rose and then a basic black rose, using the precision base plate and my big shot.
I wanted to stain glass my roses. I also wanted to play around with blues. This technique takes time and patience.
Here is the color pallet I chose:
Recipe for Card:
The key factor is to decide what colors you want to use. Once you have done this it is just piecing your rose together like a puzzle.
Run through the big shot each color of rose you want. For me it was the blues of Soft Sky, Bermuda Bay, and Island Indigo. Because I chose to work in a backwards; my basic black being the reverse of my whisper white, I was able to only do this step once.
One by one piece together. I used Fast Fuse on the back of my rose and mounted it to a scrap piece of paper. The Fast Fuse works hard enough that I didn’t have to. Once my rose my completed I just trimmed it out of the scrap paper and adhered it to my card base.
Stunning! Aren’t they?
I hope you’ve loved these two cards as much as I have! Give the stain glass technique a try! I can’t wait to do it again.
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