Happy birthday bouquet

You've got to look closely at this one..... (there is a name for this technique - I just don't know what it is.)
I used the Hello Lovely bouquet from Concord & 9th, coloured with Copics, along with the Happy die set from Honey Bee Stamps, and the birthday stamp from Altenew.
 I will be sharing this card at "Where Creativity meets C9" for their "sparkle and shine" challenge. It's a little bit hard to see the sparkle, but I added Wink of Stella to the Happy die cut, and then covered it with Glossy Accents to add heaps of shine.
Thanks for visiting :)
Betty Keefe said...

beautiful, Michelle - i think it's now called "eclipse" technique - it's been around for awhile and i don't think it used to called anything special.

RitaR said...

This is so lovely! You may be thinking of the eclipse technique.

Jeanne said...

Well, I don't know what the technique is called, but I do know that is is absolutely beautiful. Wow!

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Lindsey said...

So beautiful and adore this technique! Such a brilliant and unique way to add the shine. So glad you could play along this month for our Where Creativity Meets C9 challenge!

Karen B. said...

Your coloring is absolutely fantastic! Thanks (belatedly) for joining the WCMC9 Challenge!

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