Let your heart breathe

My lyric for this week was ‘Let your heart breathe’ from the song Don’t leave by Snakehips & MØ.

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For my background I painted it a red color in red liquitex paint. I then mixed blue liquitex paint with white modelling paste and used it through a flower stencil. Once that had dried I used a dylusions flower stamp over the background with black archival ink.

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For my main page I drew two hearts. I drew the hearts on a piece of watercolor paper and then cut them out and sprayed them with dylusions sprays and mister hueys color mist, using reds, purples and oranges. Once that had dried I used art deco glitter modelling paste through a star stencil over both of the hearts and once that had dried I stamped over both hearts with my Art C butterfly stamp using black archival ink. I then stuck them down on my page and outlined them with black graphix pen. Once they had stuck down I drew swirls coming from both of the hearts using my signo white gel pen.

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For my quote page I drew a pair of lungs on watercolor paper and colored it with dylusions and mister hueys sprays as I did with the hearts. I used my glitter modelling paste through a star stamp like I had done on the hearts and used the Art C butterfly stamp. Once it had been stuck down I outlined it with black graphix pen and drew swirls coming out of it with my signo white gel pen. For my quote I cut out a piece of square watercolor paper and cut off the sides. I sprayed it with purple dylusions spray and stamped it with the leaf stamp from the dylusions flower stamp set. I then cut out another piece of watercolor paper and sprayed it with the orange and yellow fireworks spray from Imagine craft and stamped on the quote with my dovecraft stamps using black archival ink. I then stuck the quote onto the square and stuck it next to the lungs.

As a finishing touch I cut out butterflies with my butterfly shape cutter from patterned paper and put them all over the background.

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