Using Your Stash
Yes, ….more stash. 🙂 I think I could make cards all summer just using backgrounds and elements of previous projects. This card I have for you today is elegant and cheerful and features antique gold embossing around the edges of the flowers and leaves.
Supplies: Altenew Wavy Grid Stencil, Altenew Garden Treasure Stamp & Die Set, Altenew Thank You Builder Stamp, Altenew Crystal Clear Embossing Powder and Antique Gold Embossing Powder, Altenew Permanent Black Ink; Altenew Crisp Dye Inks: Vanilla Cream, Blush, Rouge, Velvet, Soft Lilac, Lavender Fields, Frayed Leaf, Forest Glades, Versamark Ink, Neat & Tangled Sequins, Picket Fence Studio Life Changing Blender Brushes.
How I Made It: I used a Life Changing Blender Brush to apply vanilla cream ink over the wavy grid stencil. I used lighter pressure toward the edges and heavier pressure toward the center of the cardstock. I had the flowers and leaves already made from my stash. They were heat embossed with antique gold embossing powder then layered following the Altenew guides. After choosing the placement of the flowers, I stamped the sentiment with black ink and Versamark ink and heat embossed with crystal clear embossing powder. On the card base I smudged Versamark ink all around the edges and heat embossed using antique gold embossing powder. I then placed the card front onto the card base with a slight tilt. Although I trimmed the small edges that were hanging off the card base, I would not do that again. I would leave the corners hanging over the edges; I felt it looked better. I then embellished it with sequins.