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I had fun recently taking a class on how to use Opalite inks - they are an interference ink, and I had owned a pad for some time and had not used to to it's full potential, so jumped at the opportunity to learn more.
This is one way of using them - I embossed the matte black card oval with the fantasy floral folder, then rubbed the Glacier Blue Opalite ink over it. This does not really do justice to the sheen you can achieve with these inks.
I had seen this technique for a card online, and had also used it in the class. The originals used a circle, but as I don't have circular Nesties, I used oval instead.
This is a close-up of the smallest oval, with the sentiment stamped in Memento Pearlescent Poppy ink and embossed with clear embossing powder.
And here is the card opened up - it pivots on the floral brads you can see at the base of the top layer, and there is one base of the central panel.
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