Neon Be You Dragonfly Postcard

Welcome back for a quick post.

It’s after dark here and I’m going to be playing on black paper inspired by a song (The Sounds of Silence… Hello darkness my old friend…. )  I pulled out some long neglected Neon embossing powders and Inkadinkado stamps I’d never used and made a postcard, which is today’s challenge for Creative Live’s #28tomake. I’ll make a blog post after it’s over showing several of the projects I did for this creative course, but for now here’s the postcard I made for my dragonfly loving amazingly strong friend:


What’s super cool with these is how they glow in black light (in the flash of a neon light, that split the night…):


I’ll take my friend a black light pen the next time I see her so she can have fun watching it glow.

Materials used:

  • Inkadinkado Gemstones Insects stamp set
  • Power Poppy Orchids Rock stamp set – sentiment
  • Versamark ink
  • Recollections neon embossing powders
  • Core’dinations black cardstock

I’m playing along with the following challenges:

I hope to be back tomorrow with a card for the Papertrey Ink monthly Blog Hop. See you soon!



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5 thoughts on “Neon Be You Dragonfly Postcard

  1. Absolutely gorgeous, my friend!!! I am a total nut over anything glow in the dark….and fluorescents under UV are the BEST!! Love love love!!
    I can’t comment on Instagram, but I went over and looked at your fingerpainting there, too. Okay, well, “paper towel painting”. What a fabulously fun project. TFS!!
    ❤ J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com


  2. Wonderful card, love that it reacts with blacklight, but also glow in the dark. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra


  3. This is amazing – your friend is going to love this. Well done on achieving such a clean result with neon powder on black card too – no mean feat!!
    Thanks for playing along at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week, hope to see you again soon.
    Caryn xxx


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