Apr 22, 2014

★ thinking of you {Heartfelt Creations}

Its Heartfelt Creations Wednesday and i have a card to share with you today. This is the only image from the Celebrate the Journey collection i was not able to use in my Journey Album.  I coloured it with distress markers ( yes i am loving the distress markers.)

With my Native Background, when i first saw this image, of course it reminded me of sunflowers and a native dress, so i went with sunflower colours. I stamped the image twice on water colour paper and the first image was used as my background, colouring the background on the paper with distress markers.  The second image, i cut out and used foam adhesive to create some dimension.


detail of layers


thinking of you
hfc products:
HCDP1 242 Celebrate the Journey Collection
HCPC 3601 Floral Dress Collage Precut Set
1259723 Art Institute (Dries Clear)
159223 Paper Blossom Molding Mat
459222 Paper Blossom Tool Kit
4252255 Spellbinders Grand Calibur

Other Materials:
java cardsotck; memento tuxedo black ink; water colour paper; distress markers; may arts ribbon and twine. Spellbinders: Detailed Scallops. kraft knife.
instructions: card base is 5x7 use one of the panels in the celebrate the journey collection. cut the detailed scallops in java cardstock . leave die on cardstock and cut out the inside of the die using a kraft knife so all you have is the scallop edge. stamp the floral dress collage on water colour paper twice colour base with distress markers and cut to size of the detailed scallops. adhere to edge of scallops die with art institute dries clear. colour second image with distress markers, cut out dress and flowers and the clock and adhere to base with foam adhesive. tie ribbon around detailed scallops tie twine to button and adhere to center of ribbon.

2 comments:

  1. Karan, this is so lovely! The orange tones just pop against the aqua..Love the details and dimension you added, too.

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  2. What a gorgeous card!! Beautifully colored!!

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Karan