Welcome back to the blog, it is so good to see you again! Today is my Brutus Monroe post and I can say I am really enjoying being part of this team. This card kind came together from an experiment – I was just having a play with the Paint Spots stencil, and when I tried it on black card I had an idea. What if I re-positioned and tried it with different colours and pressures? Could it make a Bokeh effect inspired card? And would you know it, it did!
Bokeh effect Card photos
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