Yana Smakula | A Bokeh background birthday card using stamps from Hero Arts and inks from ClearSnap

A Bokeh Card for A Blog Named Hero

Hello everyone! I have a card to share with you today – its a Bokeh card for a Blog Named Hero Bokeh Challenge. I love bokeh, I love this effect on photos and also on cards, it gives such a nice whimsical look!

Last year before Christmas I made a few cards with a boken backgroud, here are the links:

Merry Christmas Bokeh Card Листівка щомісяця: Листівка до Нового Року із паєтками ‘Tis the season to be Jolly Hero Arts Neon Card

Today I’m sharing a similar card – a birthday one with a mix of blues and gold. I find these bokeh backgrounds so fun and easy to make! The trick is to stick to lighter colours of ink and use a variety of pigment + dye inks.

For this card I also used white embossing paste and gold embossing powder.

Yana Smakula | A Bokeh background birthday card using stamps from Hero Arts and inks from ClearSnap

Yana Smakula | A Bokeh background birthday card using stamps from Hero Arts and inks from ClearSnap

Yana Smakula | A Bokeh background birthday card using stamps from Hero Arts and inks from ClearSnap

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12 Comments

    1. Great card, love the color combo and the different textures you created with the embossing paste and sequins!

    1. This is a stunning card, Yana! Love the bokeh effect you have created particularly with the embossed elements! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at A Blog Named Hero 🙂

    1. Lovely!!! Love all of the DOTS! Crazy about this sentiment and the addition of the gold!!!
      Thanks for sharing this beauty at CASology this week!!!

    1. Wow, what lovely dots and textures, and that sentiment is one of my favorites by Hero Arts! Great gold touches, too. Thanks for joining in the celebration at CASology this week!

    1. Your bokeh is GORGEOUS and I live the added texture from the paste and embossing powder! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

    1. Love this! The stamping is beautiful and soft, and then the addition of the embossing takes it over the top! Beautifully done!

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