Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Time to Give 'Thanks'

November has come around and it is time for our 
New CUTplorations Challenge over at
Hello and Welcome to today's Post.

I started my card by smooching a background with
Lindy's Magical's in Rose Pink then stenciled
with ARTplorations Droplets with clear embossing powder.
My background for the floral stamp was sponged with
Tim's Abandoned Coral, Carved Pumpkin,
Fired Brick and Ripe Persimmon
I then got out my Bloom Sketches and randomly
stamped again using  Ripe Persimmons in a shadow effect.
I added glossy accents to the centre of the main flower
 and while wet sprinkled with
 Stampendous Aged Copper Embossong Enamel
but did not melt it.
Added a touch of Nuvo Crystal Glaze to the other two flowers.
I added a small frame in a lighter pink then popped
to my droplet background and finally to 
SU Groovy Guava card base.
Finished with my Thanks sentiment from 
and some scattered pearls.


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*Vicki* said...

I just love that set you've used and your card is stunning Ina!! The Nuvo Glaze looks amazing on this!! Thanks for sharing! HUGS

Cheryl Wright said...

Love this card, Ina! It has so many different elements and textures!

Helen said...

Such a super pretty card, Ina! I love all the different elements you've used!

Mac Mable said...

The main background looks fabulous with stencilling in the clear embossing paste over the Lindy's .....will be filing that idea away X great idea not to heat the copper too......glorious colours on your fabulous card, so vibrant and eye catching, love it x.

Judy Woodland said...

Such a pretty background, and such a pretty card. I love the color, it's so cheery and bright. Also love what you did with that daisy stamp, simply FABULOUS!!!!

Verna Angerhofer said...

What a beautiful card with those colors and wonderful images. I love the background made with the stencil as it really works so well with the flowers design.

maria f. said...

Wonderfully technique-y, Ina, but the first thing I noticed was your use of that sketchy bloom just like in the graphic!

Julie B said...

My fave blooms here Ina, so pretty. :)

Linda said...

Loving the shiny 'glazed' look Ina.

Cheri said...

I love these colors together and your design is stunning, SS.