I'm back and ready to share a special wedding card that I made for an upcoming wedding celebration.
I used the watercolor technique by using Tim Holtz distress ink in Victorian velvet and tattered rose on sweet blush die cut sweet life roses. I just used my craft mat and applied the ink directly from the pad and then spritzed it with some water to get a subtle watercolor effect. I then used white detail embossing powder to add the last layer of the roses from Sweet Life to give detail. I die cut the leaves from stampers select and used weathered wood distress ink in the same fashion. I used smokey shadow ink to add the detail. I tied these colors together by adhering the flower sprays to a smokey shadow bitty dot 4" x 5 1/4" piece of patterned paper and layered it on a sweet blush 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" base. The sentiment was added with bountiful banners and I used some dimensional adhesive for the & to make it stand out as well as one of the flower clusters. I am so happy with it!
Monday, March 25, 2013
Here is my card with a few extra sequins to add some bling to this hello card. I die cut and stamped the hello from the Wonderful Words die and the floral image is from Mini blooms and embossed with zing embossing powder in rouge. I also add the sentiment on a flag from Mini Blooms (because I love that saying!) The background is a 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 pure poppy that was stamped with super stripes diagonally in pure poppy for a little something extra, it just didn't photograph well. Thanks for looking!
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Friday, March 8, 2013
Well... I didn't intend on entering this one, but when I started creating this card the two-toned flowers from the mini blooms set just worked! Here's my little spring card... hope you like it! Happy Friday!