This is my first try of bleaching technique and I love the end result of it. If you are sensitive to bleach, please take extra pre-caution when working with this technique as it may cause some irritations to the eyes. You might also want to put on an old clothing as it might splattered onto your shirt unless you want a polka dots shirt!
The pink card was my first trial and it was a great success as everybody (my families) said the bleached flowers really stands out! Then I decided to go for the green one which I receive lesser enthusiasm.
For the pink card, I distressed on a white cardstock with milled lavendar, dusty concord and finished the side with festive berries.
As this month's challenge at Hero Arts is "Flowers" and at Penny Black at All Sorts is "Spring", I chose these stamps : Stitched Frame and Bouquet in Vase which are stamped in black. Here comes the bleaching part. Pour tiny little bit of the bleach in a small container and using a fine brush, brushing over the image until you achieved the results. The card needs to dry before you can see the total whiteness of the bleached area.
As for the green card, the distress colours are peeled paint and shubby shutter. The background stamp is Newspaper Background!
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