Wednesday, 13 July 2016

When Lecenté Capri Met The CND Craft Culture Collection

Sometimes I'll just sit there and think to myself "I wonder what that and that together will make?" definitely with the Lecenté Iridescent collection of glitters.  Capri is their most popular glitter (if you don't have it you truly are missing out.)  Despite its blue tinge you can apply Capri to any shade and it's going to make something spectacular for you so when curiosity got the better of me I thought I'd throw it over the CND Craft Culture Collection of Shellac shades and see what happens, kind of David Attenborough style.

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The picture below shows the results in the beautiful English sunshine (that was sarcastic if you didn't realise, the sun popped out for a second so I zoomed out with my colour pops!)  It's two coats of Shellac and then one layer of glitter into the sticky later.  Left to right of the photo below they are:
  • Patina Buckle
  • Denim Patch
  • Hand Fired 
  • Oxblood
  • Leather Satchel
  • Brick Knit
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I pretty much adore all of these combinations.  Denim Patch shows Capri pretty much as it looks in the pot, my friend Patina Buckle is looking pretty unique and interesting and actually I adore the Leather Satchel colour pop.  If you take one thing from this post let it be this, your glitter collection isn't complete without Capri.  

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