Monday, 3 February 2014

Spring Green

This is a design that I use a lot, as shown on  previous posts  'Elegant Swirls', 'Pretty in Pink' and 'Purple Haze', which proves how versatile it is.  The background is a piece of green card that is embossed through a machine.  The central panel is removed and glitter is added around the edge of the apperture, then the background is matted onto darker green card and edged with glitter.  A shaped card is stamped with swirls in green Brilliance ink which complement the embossed panel .  Text is stamped on to pieces of  green card which are then die cut or punched out in flower shapes.  These are glittered around the edge and layered when dry to create 3D flowers, with brads as the centres.  As a finishing touch green and gold flourish die cuts are added once the card is assembled.

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