I'm loving the five new colors in the Nuance watercolor powders from Magenta. I've posted a card previously using the new colors, and I've made another card using only the new colors and one of the new Magenta stamp designs. My cousin, who is like a sister to me, celebrated her birthday the other day; unfortunately, she was quite under the weather and is just coming back to life. I hope this will brighten her day.
Stamped with VersaMark and embossed with gold embossing powder. Colored in with the Nuance watercolor powders. Gently shook small amount of the Mango Tango and Rosebud on the bottom flower; used Rosebud and Wisteria on the upper flower and buds. For the leaves, I used my craft sheet to make mixture of Spring Green and Aquamarine for the larger leaves, and used only Spring Green for the smaller leaves.
Die cut a rectangular frame to go over stamped panel and adhered together with score tape. Both were then attached to the A2 base card.
Birthday sentiment was stamped with VersaMark on the same card stock as the frame and embossed. Die cut with small label die. Droplets added.
Iceland Poppy Stamp 14.650.P
Nuance watercolor powder in Mango Tango MNU018
Nuance watercolor powder in Rosebud MNU017
Nuance watercolor powder in Wisteria MNU016
Nuance watercolor powder in Spring Green MNU019
Nuance watercolor powder in Aquamarine MNU020
Savvy Stamps Happy Everything stamp 1429C
Memory Box Primo Labels Die 98139
Memory Box Stitched Rectangle Layers Die Set 30009
IMAGINE Crafts' VersaMark Ink by Tsukineko
Ranger Fine Detail Embossing Powder in Queen's Gold
Queen & Co. Droplets in Yellow
Silver Black Velvet 3000S Round watercolor brush No. 4
MISTI stamp positioner
Conqueror 118# Cover Card Stock (base A2 card and stamped panel)
Stardream 105# cover card stock in Fine Gold (frame & sentiment tag)
Penny Ward has made the honeycomb die from Memory Box something fun to work with. She adheres fun foam to the card stock that she has colored, and then uses the honeycomb die without separating the individual honeycombs. I really like the dimensional effect it gives to the card.
Click on this link to Penny's post on the Memory Box blog for the details:
Who doesn't love Mail Art! It's probably the most ignored piece of art we can make and fail to create. When you receive a piece of mail inside an artsy envelope, isn't that the one you can't wait to open first? I'd love to receive this envelope that is featured on Viva Las Vegas' blog site.
The envelope is totally handmade from a letter-size piece of card stock. Check it out by clicking on this link to the Viva Las Vegas Stamps' blog site: http://frame.bloglovin.com/?post=4883327158&blog=4311377
Thank you for stopping in. I'm looking forward to seeing you again soon. Have a totally terrific Tuesday!