Bubble Wrap Techniques

Hi, Guys!!
Happy Friday!!!!  How was your day today?  I hope everyone had a great day.  It was the begging of spring break today for my boys.  We had a very low-key day today.  We just hung out and played today.  Tomorrow we are headed to my parent’s house to celebrate Easter early. It will be a fun-filled day.
Today I was able to make a video using bubble wrap.  I did three different techniques using the bubble wrap.  I will leave the video in this blog post.  Here are the pictures of the cards I made using the bubble wrap techniques

These are so much fun right?  I used a bunch of stuff that is retiring.  If you have a want list you better get shopping (here) before they are gone.  There are so many retiring and they are going fast too.   The top two cards I used embossing powder gold and silver to create that stunning background.  I love how it turned out.  I did that right on the note cards through Stampin Up.  I love how simple it is and just add a sentiment on the front and you are done.
Then next two cards I used the Aqua Painters with our inks.  I used small bubble wrap with the flower card and medium bubble wrap with the lady card.  Love how different the backgrounds look.
The last two are fun party cards.  I used reverse emboss with these two.  I also used one of the new ink colors that you will be able to purchase in June.  It’s called Lemon Lime Twist.  I so love this one!!  I used Lemon Lime Twist, Melon Mambo, and Sweet Sugarplum with sponges to apply on the Very Vanilla Cardstock.  I then used the Versa Mark ink on the bubble wrap and used clear emboss powder.  I took Island Indigo and rolled it over the top with our sponge brayer.  Then took a paper towel and rubbed the ink off the top.  It really makes the Lemon Lime Twist, Melon Mambo, and Sweet Sugarplum pop.
I hope you enjoyed these cause I had a lot of fun making them.  Happy Friday!!!!

Author: Chris

2 thoughts on “Bubble Wrap Techniques

  1. These cards are fabulous!!!!!!
    I want to play with bubble wrap now!! Lol
    I want to try the techniques on the last 2 cards…love that look, and the colors on the third card are beautiful…..that lemon lime twist looks like a fun new in-color!!!!!!!
    Easter Blessings to you and your family!!!!!

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