This flower medley stamp refused to ink up entirely no matter what ink I tried. So, 6 pieces of c.s. later, I decided to heat emboss the image and even then had to use the Misti to repeat the versamark before embossing. Finally success. Was set on an A2 size, but it did not work, so went to 5x7, but that did not look right either. 6x5 looked the best to balance all of this. What a process! I was only feeling a thrill when I was putting on the bling at the end, lol. I used a mix of turquoise and crystal for the centres of the flowers. I sponged the edges of the embossed orange panel with DOX ripe persimmon before adhering it to the white panel. tfl
Date: Saturday, June 8, 2019 GMT Views: 483
Registered: December 4, 2010 Location: Minnesota Posts: 16610
Sat, Jun 08, 2019 @ 7:45 PM
Your persistence paid off Shirl because this is one stunning card my friend. I just adore the color combination you used here. I love these white flowers and the gorgeous sponging you did over them. The embossed panel on the side has the same wildflower feel to it and ties in with the white wildflowers beautifully. Your dainty ribbon, jewel flower centers, and fun sentiment are the perfect finishing touches on this absolutely wonderful card. ~Karen.