Hello, Crafty Makers!
My mojo is trying to work its way back.
In order to keep it going, I raided my stash again looking for products I have not used in years!
Guess what I found: Perfect Pearls™!
I wanted to make vellum flowers and I wanted to make an aperture card. I was able to do both and incorporate the Perfect Pearls™
To create my vellum flowers, I stamped the image onto a regular piece of vellum using VersaMark embossing ink and then heat embossed them using white embossing powder. Using my mermaid brushes, I blended Distress Oxide Inks over the petals and the leaves. I didn't have dies for these flowers so I fussy cut them.
|I couldn't get the light right, but you can see the shimmer!|
I created the "metallic" background using Ranger Distress Inks and Perfect Pearls. I blended the inks on a piece of white card stock and then using a small paintbrush, I applied Perfect Pearls™ to the surface. I used a microfiber cloth to wipe away the excess Perfect Pearls™. The metallic finish is so pretty.
|Pretty much any background die will work. I love this bold geometric die.|
THANKS FOR STOPPING BY!
***The Heartfelt Creations™ floral stamps used in this project came out of my stash. They are so old, I fear they may have been discontinued. I no longer have the packaging for the die. Perfect Pearls is a Ranger Product
Really lovely card.ReplyDelete
Such pretty colours a beautiful card Channa xReplyDelete
Wow. What a gorgeous card. That die-cut front is spectacular. hugs, TeresaReplyDelete
Stunning card, love the cutout design, hugs, Lori mReplyDelete
A very beautiful and elegant background, this is one of my favourite techniques because you always get an amazing result, and in this case is perfect for this aperture card. Great job. Hugs, María.ReplyDelete
Your mojo has definitely returned, this is a GORGEOUS card, love the design, the colours and the flowers.ReplyDelete
Keep safe and well
Be well and safe!
Gorgeous card. Happy to see your mojo returned.ReplyDelete