This is day three of seven projects re-purposing leftover workshop kits. The only thing this card has in common with the first sample is color and a floral motif. Wow, I love how it turned out. When I made this I thought it was lovely, but didn’t have a special someone to give it to. Sad to say that now I do. I do love having somewhere to express sincere thoughts and feelings. This will be perfect.
The card front was stamped with the huge image from Rose Wonder. The small flower image is also from the same set and I used it plenty all around. I then sponged color lightly over all of the images. I wanted soft color not exact or even water coloring. The color almost glows. Then I ran it through the big shot with the elegant dots embossing folder. The look was stunning. I nearly left the rest of the decoration off. It was lovely enough to be a one layer card. But I kept on and dressed it up some more.
The doily was sponged with sweet sugarplum to match perfectly, love that option. I crumpled it up some to offer more texture. I was surprised on how many flowers I got out of that little piece of glimmer paper in the kit. Careful use of specialty paper sure does make it last. I staged the doily and sentiment tag before putting down all of those flowers. There was a nice spot for everything if I do say so myself, and I do.
Everything was sponged and sponged some more. It put everything in a soft focus look which lends itself to a card like this. I didn’t want any harsh lines. I don’t always re-create a project, but I can see myself making this one again.
Have a creative day!