A Change Is Coming
Have you felt it? There is a movement happening, and if nothing else, it's an incredible time to be alive. I imagine the '60's were like this; polarizing. People are taking a stand for what they believe in, and that is a beautiful thing,
Today I'm paying homage to some of the women in my life with some cards featuring the Yay You Hostess set, available for just $10 with your qualifying purchase of $150. This was a must have for me as soon as I saw the sentiment "You Inspire Me Every Day." LOVE THIS!
Red for Solidarity
While the actual color for Women's Day is purple, 2017 saw a movement to wear red on March 8th. In that spirit come my first two cards. I paired my sentiment with two different Brusho backgrounds. For more on the techniques I used, tune in to my Facebook Live class on Wednesday!
Brusho with Starch
Brusho with Water
With Dignity & Hope
For the early suffragettes (the ladies who fought for women's right to vote), purple and green were the colors of choice. Purple signified dignity, and green, hope. Women's Day was founded after some 150,000 women marched in New York City for better working conditions and voting rights. The organization adopted purple as the official color.
The first project is my first using embossing paste, and I couldn't resist tossing some purple glitter on one. Isn't it perty? If you're wondering how to "just add glitter", you simply sprinkle it over your embossing paste while it's still wet and let dry! Simple as can be!
For the second card, I simply sprinkled the Moss Green Brusho Crystal Colors onto watercolor paper and spritzed with water. Easy and so stunning with the mix of colors!
There you have it. I'm planning to send these on to some of my favorite and most inspiring women to commemorate the day. Head down to the comments and let me know how you're celebrating today!
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