It's time to use our scraps on The Flower Challenge. The problem I had was choosing
from the scrap pile! So many scraps!
This panel I did with an embossing folder, turned out badly, but I just couldn't toss it.
It was done with a brayer and Wilted Violet Distress Ink, and inked before running it
through the machine. Depending on which side you ink, you're left with a raised pattern.
The gold spray I added blobbed in too many areas, and the only way to save this piece was
possibly to hide the blobs or cut them away.
I decided to do both, hide the blobs, and cut away a bit of edges.
I used a Poppystamps frame with an Altenew flower, and embossed a sentiment on some
heat resistant acetate.
The flower was both stamped and copic colored.
The outline was stamped with Hero Arts Wet Cement, an ink I use often with copics.
I'm also entering in another favorite card challenge, Just Us Girls.
The Flower Challenge #66 Use Scraps
Great save, Nancy! Love the little frame you added to the panel and that beautiful bloom! So happy to see this in our gallery!ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: Wow, Nancy! This is exquisite! So beautiful. ☺ Marisela email@example.comReplyDelete
Wow Nancy, love this creation, the colours on the flower are just amazing. Thank you so much for joining us at The Flower Challenge and we hope to see you there again soon. Aileen DesignTeamReplyDelete
This turned out beautifully, Nancy! I'm so glad you didn't toss that background. It's the perfect, artsy background for that beautiful bloom.ReplyDelete
Never would have known your background wasn't "perfect" Nancy...what a great save!! Love the addition of the frame and your flower is absolutely GORGEOUS! Lovely, lovely card my friend!! Hugs. :0)ReplyDelete
You did a great embossing job! This background is amazing. Thanks so much for joining us at Just Us Girls this week.ReplyDelete
The bright flower looks even more gorgeous on the artistic background! Love the floating sentiment! Thank you so much for playing with us at The Flower Challenge, Nancy!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, love your background and the coloring of the flower is so pretty!ReplyDelete