Thursday, 9 March 2017

FLOATING FLORALS

Hello.
I've been struggling to find time to craft this week,
but when I saw Anita's gorgeous card at MUSE, I really wanted to play along.


This was a quick make for me. I stamped my florals onto my die cut,
heat embossed them, and then used distress inks to blend a background.
I attached a 'happy' sentiment in black card and popped up the 'birthday' on foam pads.



The inspiration I took from Anita's card was from the embossing,
the pink and orange colour combo, and the added splash of black.

I'm not sure what happened with my embossing.
I used a clear embossing powder to try and get a more subtle effect,
but it came out white!!
Maybe that's just the powder I'm using. or is it the Versamark??!!

Supplies.
WPlus9- Feathers and Florals
MFT - Sticthed Scalloped Rectangle Die / Brushstroke Birthday Greetings
Mama Elephant - Labeled Messages
Distress Inks - Pickled Raspberry / Spiced Marmalade

11 comments:

Juls said...

Loving the colours on this xx

Mary McCaslin said...

Love the blended color background on this!

Mary McCaslin said...

I'm kinda new to this, so please delete if I have done this twice )-: I wanted to tell you that I really like the way you did the color blending - good inspiration!

Ardyth said...

Gorgeous! Love these colours together - one of my all time favourite colour combinations! So glad you joined us at Muse this week!

Melissa L. said...

Lovely take on Anita's card. Beautiful ink blending and I really like the die cut panel and the black sentiment. Lovely.

Estelle TBT said...

Wonderful card caroline! Your blended color background is so pretty with those floating florals.
Beautiful take on Anita's card!

Marilyn said...

Very pretty card, Caroline. Love the color combination and the white embossed florals.

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

Such a happy card - awesome sponged background!

Jen W. said...

That inked background is so so gorgeous and I'm really going to have to get those MFT scalloped frames that you always use to such gorgeous effect!

Jacquie Southas said...

Love the bright, happy colors!

Neets B said...

Such a cheery interpretation of my card, I love the blend of those colours.
Thanks so much for playing along at Muse this week, Anita x