It is amazing how you can create completely different cards using the same supplies just by making a few alterations such as changing the paper colour or applying different techniques.
To make this card, I started by heat embossing two flowers on smooth Bristol paper using WOW Rich Gold Embossing Powder. I added a wash of colour using a Silver Black Velvet Round Brush #4 and I die cut them using coordinating die.
I then cut an A2 panel out of 270 grams stone cardstock and I stamped the flowers at the top and at the bottom corners using Versamark clear ink.
I adhered flowers using foam dimensional pads juts a bit off-set the stamped images and I cut any excess of paper using a guillotine trimmer. I heat embossed the sentiment using clear Versamark ink + white embossing powder and I die cut it using coordinating die. I embellished with sequins.
To make this card I stamped the flowers on an A2 piece of Canson watercolour paper using Antique Linen Distress Ink. I added colours using Daniel Smith watercolour dots and a Silver Black Velvet Round Brush #4.
I heat embossed the sentiment with WOW Rich Gold Embossing Powder and I splattered the background using Indigo Batik Aqua Flow Pen. I mounted the panel on a C6 navy blue card base and I embellish with gold sequins.
Canson Watercolour paper, WOW rich gold and white embossing powder, god sequins, using Indigo Batik Aqua Flow Pen, Daniel Smith Watercolours used : Quinacridone Rose, Quinacridone Red, New gamboge ( yellow), Sodalite Genuine ( dark grey), Diopside genuine ( dark Green), Cascade Green, Cadmium Orange Hue.
That’s all for today. I hope you like this project and thank you very much for having me today.
Hugs and Happy Crafting!