Bokeh Technique Video

Bokeh (BOH-kay) is mainly a photography term meaning “blur” or “hazy lights” that is produced by an out of focus photo like this:

bokeh example

The bokeh technique is very simple to do, but produces pretty stunning results!  I’ve a video to share with you on how to make this pretty card using this technique!  Supplies you’ll need:

-5-1/2″ by 8-1/2″ card base (I “think” this is Lavender Lace-its from an old Soft Subtles cardstock pack-if you know what it is, comment!)
-5-1/4″ by 4″ layer (Tempting Turquoise here)
-5″ by 3-3/4″ layer (Whisper White or Very Vanilla will do)
-Stampin’ Up inks in Wisteria Wonder, Tempting Turquoise, Elegant Eggplant, and white craft ink (Whisper White)
-Sentiment from the limited release Hello stamp set (from the 2016 Sale-A-Bration catalog)
-Flowers from Garden in Bloom Photopolymer stamp set

Here is the video!  This is my very first video, and I was uber tired from having my 2 year old wake up at 2 and 5am, so…

I’m sure I’ll get better.

Youtube link:  Bokeh Technique tutorial


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