Using Iridescent Creative Medium 3 Ways

Hi everyone! Today I am over on the Imagine Blog & YouTube Channel sharing three fun ways to use the Iridescent Creative Medium from Imagine. This medium is unlike anything I’ve seen! It has a color shift property that you really just have to see for yourself. And it looks different depending on what you add and what color of paper you apply it to. Watch the video tutorial down below for all the details and to see the Iridescent Creative Medium in action!

For my first two projects I used the same stencil from The Crafter’s Workshop. The first project, I put the Iridescent Creative Medium in blue through the stencil onto white card stock. Word of warning – at first it’s not going to look like much, but wait until it dries! When the medium has fully dried it will have a pearlized look sometimes and other times will shift to blue! I finished the card off very simply with a thin mat and a Blessings sentiment.


My second card is much the same except I put the medium through the stencil onto black card stock! This is where this medium truly shines! When it dries it has a blue shift that changes as you move it around! And there are many other colors available besides blue. You can check them all out HERE.


My third card is a lot like the first.  I did use a different stencil from The Crafter’s Workshop and I did something a bit different to the Iridescent Creative Medium – I colored it! I used a blue dye ink to add some color to the base of the medium. When it dries it still keeps the iridescent look, but instead of a white base I used blue! Again, I kept the finished card very simple with a sentiment and thin mat!


Here’s a look at all three cards together for a better look at their differences!


I hope you all enjoyed today’s video and a closer look at a few different ways you can use the Iridescent Creative Medium from Imagine on your projects! If you are interested in the supplies I used, I’ve linked them all down below. Until next time, Happy Crafting!!

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