First up is this butterfly card that I made for the current Card Concept challenge:
This card started as a piece of SSS Fog cardstock - I cut the panel from one piece and the card base from another piece. I embossed the panel using a Tim Holtz embossing folder and then painted the embossed area with a mixture of Perfect Pearls and water to give the raised areas some white shimmer. The butterflies were die cut from vellum and then coloured with some Big Brush markers before adhering them by their centres. The Altenew sentiment was stamped in some Stone ink and the card panel was mounted with fun foam to the base for even more dimension.
This card will link to:
- The Card Concept - I think this is Clean and Layered
And here is the second card:
This one is all about tulips - I started by white heat embossing a Darkroom Door stamp onto a piece of Tim Holtz watercolour paper and colouring with my Peerless paints. Once dry, I flicked the panel with some Studio Calico white mist and spritzed with some shimmer mist. I then adhered the panel to a card base. I partially die cut the front panel with a SSS circle die and added the MFT sentiment across the bottom. I will link this card to the following challenges:
- Curtain Call - Tulip theme
- Color Throwdown - Red, Orange, Yellow, and Purple (I had to use a tiny amount of green too!)
- Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Flowers and Showers
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