Little Box of Resolutions by Cindy Brown

Hi Gang, it’s Cindy here with a magical box for New Year, made with Lindy’s Sprays and Embossing Powders to create an amazing textured background. I love to kick off the New Year with my resolutions or wishes for the year ahead.

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I used 3 different sprays and Embossing Powder in Purely White, for my background.

Basic Technique

  1. Cover a box with collage papers and string and then leave until dry.  Then spray creation with one color, dry with a heat gun, then spray with a different color – repeat until you have the look you want.  I used Frolic In The ForestOpal Sea Oats and Gag Me With A Spoon Gray.tuto-extra-dec-2
  2. Use Embossing Powder to color the chipboard title.tuto-extra-dec-4
  3. Then add splatters (using the same spray colors) for more details.
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You can see this process in the video at the end of this post.

The final result:

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You can have a lot of fun with the many different colors of Lindy’s Sprays.

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The Midnight Gold embossing powder is a fantastic ‘old gold’ color.

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Inside the box I’ve placed little tags with my resolutions, hopes and dreams for 2017.
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I have filmed a video showing how you can make this, you can watch it below or on the Lindy’s Stamp Gang YouTube Channel.

Tips

  • I love to use string to add texture to my creations.

Lindy’s Products

Other Products

  • Prima – Art Basics – Heavy Gesso – White, Prima – Art Basics – Soft Matte Gel, Glue Magic – 45 g in a tube
  • Emboss it dauber Ranger
  • Chipboard Lime Citron – The most wonderful time

Stay creative
xxx

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