Glimmer Rose 3


Tombow Brush Pens meet Glimmer Mist! This technique results in a beautiful abstract image with a soft glimmer. Very artsy; everyone will want to know how you did it!
Supplies; Cardstock, Prima Stencil, Dual Brush Pens, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, Mono Adhesive Permanent, Tombow White Gel Pen.

Step One
Using Tombow Dual Brush Pens, color the plastic ʻpositiveʼ stencil from Prima. Use the brush tip, no need to be neat about this! The colors used here are 847 Crimson, 856 Chinese Red, 245 Sap Green & 346 Sea Green.

Step Two
Use Tattered Angelʼs Glimmer Mist and mist a piece of watercolor paper – I used Iridescent Gold. Place the stencil colored side down and leave for about 10 minutes to let the colors absorb into the paper. Remove stencils and let dry completely.

Step Three
This is what it will look like after the stencil is removed; do not worry about the bleeds and not-too-perfect image, the next step will fix it!

Step Four
Place the cleaned stencil back over the image. Spritz with a darker Glimmer Mist color that enhances the colors used for the rose. Here I used Turquoise Blue.

Finishing
This is the finished Glimmer Rose panel, trimmed and ready to use on a card.
The finished rose panel was adhered to black cardstock using Tombow MONO Adhesive Permanent. The lettering was added using Tombow White Gel Pen.

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