I have to thank Kirsty Wiseman for her tutorials with hot glue embellishments (check out one of her videos here). It opened my eyes to the possibilities of how to do more with my glue gun than just stick things on things.
I had one of those Aha moments whilst sitting quietly that I wanted to make a batch of abstract frames to use in my cards.
I like the randomness of creating these frames. They're not neat and perfect. More blobby and individual. Here I chose two of my frames, one slightly bigger than the other. As you can see, I was also playing around with different thicknesses.
I didn't use nail varnish (or polish if you're reading this in America) to colour them as per Kirsty's suggestion. Though I do have some knocking about here, but it's Chanel & definitely not to be used on anything other than decorating one's nails thank you.
Instead I have a bottle of silver liquid brush leaf which does the exact same job. The only difference is that you really do have to work with the windows open. The fumes could keel over a baby elephant.
The rest of the card was made with a choice of neutral greys and just a hint of colour with the teal, all backed onto Kraft. Yes I finally have some in my stash but that's a story for another time.
Thanks for popping by. Have a great weekend.