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A Valentine Tutorial with Gelatos® Color Bubble Gum


Happy February everyone! Mou here today with a Valentine card tutorial using Gelatos® Color Bubble Gum.


To make this card, you'll need:

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Gelatos® Colors: Bubble Gum, Caramel, Iced Chai, Silver Ice

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Stamper's Big Brush Pen: BLACK

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Texture Luxe™ Gold

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Collapsible Water Cup

Other: Watercolor paper, cardstock, scissors, thread, sewing machine, stamp, lace, paint brush, adhesive

Let's get started!


Trim watercolor paper to 5.5" x 4.25". Generously rub Gelatos® color Bubble Gum on the watercolor paper and blend with water.


Once the color dries, attach the watercolor paper to a cardstock card base with adhesive.


On another piece of cardstock, generously rub Gelatos colors, Caramel and Iced Chai. Blend with water.


Color a stamp with Gelatos Color Silver Ice. Spritz with water to activate the pigment and stamp all over the colored cardstock.


With scissors freehand cut three hearts in different sizes out of the colored cardstock and also cut out some lace. Layer them as shown. Trim off excess lace.

Machine stitch the hearts to the card.


Ink up alphabet stamps with Stamper's Big Brush pen Black and stamp your sentiment.


Dilute some Texture Luxe Gold and splatter on the card to finish.

I hope you enjoyed today's tutorial and wish you a fun Valentine's Day!





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