I first just sprayed/spritzed water onto the card and then puffed the paint powder onto it - it's a bit of a hit and miss this, and the paper has to be quite wet for the powder to react, so I ended up with some thickish bits of powder in places and no reaction, so had to spritz it again When I put te powder down and then spritzed it - lovely sprinkles occurred.
This is the centre of the mess - love the vibrancy of the colours but obviously I needed to have less powder and perhaps mop up some water sooner?
Took it outside and put it in the sun to dry although later I dried some with the heat gun - again slightly different effect achieved.
I cut a piece out of the A4 and created a card using a Freebie stamp set called Fairy Dust - not sure which magazine, sorry
The fairy was stamped and fussy cut - boy was that tedious - and then I added gold and Stickles and I treated her wings to Glass Bead Glitter Gel and curled them up at the ends
I embossed the fairy dust with gold EP
It does look great IRL but a little dark
I will now go and read the blogs and watch the YouTubes!
I will enter this in the following:
Two Creative Chicks: anything goes
Crafty Time: make it Sparkle - oh boy, it does sparkle
Open-minded Crafting fun: something new - using colourburst powders