Friday, 25 March 2016

Megaflakes Watercolour Resist | Clean and Simple Card

Hello Everyone and Welcome! Ksenija is here today and I am sharing a project featuring the Chemistry Lab stamp set from the latest IndigoBlu release.

Today's post demonstrates a Clean and Simple card made with Mega Flakes resist technique and watercolour crystals.

I started with stamping repeatedly molecules from Chemistry Lab stamp set with Flitterglu down onto a cardstock panel and covering the impressions with Chariot of Fire Mega Flakes.

Having removed the excess of Mega Flakes, I applied clear water to the panel with a brush and sprinkled three different tones of watercolour crystals. To enhance the colouring I gradually added more crystals and sprayed the panel with clear water to dilute crystals. When the colouring became saturated, I dried the panel with a heat tool. Notice, that golden Mega Flakes resist watercolour and create a gorgeous contrast with blue and green colours stains.

I inked the sentiment from Chemistry Lab stamp set with Jet Black StazOn and stamped it down onto the panel.

Black cardstock makes a perfect base for such a bright panel. I decided to add a little texture to the base and heat embossed a partial impression of a sound wave from Light and Sound Borders stamp set in clear embossing powder.

To assemble the card I glued the panel to the card base overlapping slightly the embossed sound wave.

I hope you enjoy this project of mine and I inspired you to use Megaflakes resist with watercolours.

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IndigoBlu Supplies used:
Light and Sound Borders Stamp Set
Chemistry Lab Stamp Set
Chariot of Fire Megaflakes
FlitterGlu Kit


  1. I love these stamps, the gilding flakes look awesome x

  2. wow!so amazing!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

  3. Another fabulous technique I am going to try. Thank you for the step by step on this gorgeous and very creative card x

    1. Mac, thank you, glad to inspire you. Megaflakes are perfect for resist techniques with water-based colouring materials ;) - Sweet Kobylkin

  4. Wowww, this is beautiful. I love it.
    Greets from Germany

  5. Amazing! I like the shmmering molecules as well as the project itself. Thanks for the inspiration!
    best wishes, Irmgard

    1. Thank you, Irmgard. Don't they (molecules) look like flowers?