Sunday 21 July 2019

To A Wild Rose with Layered Leaves

I'm sure I can't be the only crafter with an assortment of backgrounds, half-finished thoughts, leftovers and discarded bits floating around the craft space! Really?  Am not am I?

Time and energy are in short supply at the moment, so I hunted through those bits and pieces looking for things that I could assemble together.  Not bad eh?
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To A Wild Rose - all purpose hand made card
The background was one of several I did a while ago with an embossing folder and Brusho Crystal Colour that is now retired.  (However, for anyone wanting to have a go at this, the new Pigment Sprinkles are very similar but even nicer colours!).

The flowers are from when I was experimenting with the To A Wild Rose stamp set.  I only used two of the three stamped layers so that the card colour became the lightest shade.

All I had to do was layer it all up with some ribbon and a little bit of bling in the form of Noble Peacock Rhinestones.

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  1. You are not alone, Stephanie. I have a green and yellow (mostly) embossed Brusho piece (same TIEF!) sitting around, too, that I meant to use at stamp camp, but it keeps getting pushed back by NEW stuff.