Friday, March 23, 2018

Happily Ever After

Hey there! Have you ever made a card and thought this is my best card yet? Well that is the way I felt about this one. 
So if you hate it just turn away and please don't crush my feelings. I started with 110 lbs white cardstock and heat embossed the cake with Princess Gold embossing powder from Ranger. Stamp is from Concord and 9th, Happy Day. I then die cut it with the coordinating die and mounted it on white fun foam.  I then used a Tim Holtz watercolor paper and my Kuretake paints to make the loose, watercolor stripes. After the panel dried I used an very old Papertrey Ink set called Big Bold Wishes for the greeting also heat embossed. Mounted the watercolor panel to a white A2 card base and attached the cake adding a little gold thread for sparkle. I used the My Favorite Things color challenge for my palette.



Simon Says Stamp Floral Frenzy challenge.
Thanks for stopping by, Sue.

3 comments:

  1. No need to turn away...this is beautiful! Your loose warercoloring for the stripes is amazing and the finished card is just lovely. Well done! So delighted you were inspired by our Where Creativity Meets C9 challenge this month!

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  2. I love it! Who sells the cake stamp?

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  3. Your card is gorgeous, and such a clever way to incorporate the "stripes" from the sketch. Thanks for playing along at Where Creativity Meets C9 Challenge!

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