Stampin Up Bokeh Background Butterfly
Have you heard of the BOKEH TECHNIQUE???
It is a really cool technique that has been doing the rounds of the the card craft sites lately.
It comes from a Photography term that describes those blurred images where you get a kind of "dappled lights" effect.
Still haven't a clue what I am on about!? LOL.
Come and have a look.
You can spritz it with a bit of water to help blend the colours if you like.
Dry it with a heat gun.
Then punch out 3 different size circles into some acetate or I just used cardstock.
Circle Punch sizes: 3/4" ; 1" ; 1 3/8"
Start with the largest circle first and place it randomly around your card. Then the second largest circle and finally the smallest.
Make sure some are overlapping.
I have cut the butterfly in Melon Mambo cardstock and Silver Foil and layered them together.
I like this technique.
Hope you enjoyed this little tutorial today. Any questions feel free to leave me a comment or send me an email.
Happy Stamping Vx