Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Spring Flowers - Embossed 2 Ways

I'm so ready for some Spring flowers!
Aren't you??
This snow and ice we've been experiencing is not doing a whole lot for my disposition. I'm ready for some blue skies and sunshine.
So what do you do on the days you don't have that?
You make your own!
This is one of the cards I created for my Best of Sale-A-Bration class last month.

I stamped the focal image with Versamark ink and clear embossed it with my heat tool. Using sponge daubers, I rubbed Crushed Curry and Pear Pizzazz ink over the embossed image to make it pop off the card.
It's layered on a piece of Pear Pizzazz cardstock and I added a piece of Gold Baker's Twine to a Vintage Button for an accent.

The layers underneath are Afternoon Picnic Designer Paper layered on Chocolate Chip cardstock. The top layer of Very Vanilla cardstock was dry embossed with the Wildflower Meadow embossing folder and sponged over with Crumb Cake ink to bring out the design.
All in all a pretty simple card, but sweet and kinda vintage too.
Just my style.

If you are looking for the products I used in today's project, you can visit my Online Store at this link here:
Robin's Online Stampin' Store

Here are a few of the things I created with:

#134393  Best of Sale-A-Bration  $14.95

#129376  Wildflower Meadow Embossing Folder $7.95
#131390  Afternoon Picnic $10.95
#132975  Gold Baker's Twine $3.95

Happy Stampin'!

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