Using Black charcoal texture paste.

I ‘m so excited to use a brand new Craftangles product! 
The Craftangles Black Charcoal texture paste and Craftangles Glimmer paste.

Both these products are just amazing and so much fun to use to use! I hope you will give them a try!

I’ve put together a few process videos, so I apologise for the length of this post.
I created a panel using Craftangles ‘skyblue’ card stock, geometric flowers stencil and the black texture paste. The results are you can see.
Immediately after using the paste, I washed off the stencil with water and dish soap. 
Once dry, the texture paste is hard to remove.

I die cut the stencilled panel with Simon Says Stamp stitched circle die and adhered it to the centre of a square white card. 
I stamped an fussy cut these beautiful gerberas (from Unity stamp co.) and adhered them to the card along with some glass beads to finish.
I haven’t added a sentiment, so I can use this card for any occassion.
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For the second card, I created a panel using the ‘Overlapping circles’ stencil from Craftangles and the Black Charcoal texture paste. I then die cut the panel using Simon Says Stamp stitched square dies, matted it with black cardstock and adhered it to a square white card,
using fun foam to add some dimension.
I stamped, watercoloured and fussy cut the meditating frog from Stampendous ‘Frog Yoga’ stamp set
and added it to the panel. 
I think it really pops against that black background.
I finished the card with a sentiment from Flora and Fauna.
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Here is a close up of the texture paste.
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For the third card, I decided to create a black on black panel.
The result was brilliant..
Here is a process video.
Once the panel had dried, I decided to add some pop!
I stamped and fussy cut images from my brand new Sunny Studios ‘Berry bliss’ stamp set.
Once I arranged them on the background, I added some white paint splatter to add some interest.
This is really one of my most favourite cards and I’m so happy to share it with you.
Here is a detail photo of the gorgeous black on black background!

For the 4th card, I started with a square piece black cardstock from Craftangles, the Craftangles fireworks stencil and Craftangles Glimmer pastes ‘Lemon zest’, ‘Orange peel’ and ‘Amethyst’.
The fireworks these pastes created are just beautiful!!
After some thought, I stamped and fussy cut this fun image from Art Impressions and added it to the panel and card base. 
I couldn’t think of a sentiment, so I’ve left it for now…I wonder who this card will go to!
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I hope you have enjoyed these videos and these cards!
If you have any questions, do leave me a comment.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a great day!
Paru Mahtani
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Paru Mahtani

Based out of Mumbai, India, she is a stay at home mom, a passionate card maker and a photography enthusiast who regularly showcases her work at Kala Ghoda Art Festival in Mumbai

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