I have been inspired to try using things I have laying around my craft room for this card. I wanted to try and layer as many things onto this card. I truly love the way it turned out. I created the background using silver ink on the inside of an embossing folder. After it was embossed, I sprayed the background with pearl ex powder. The lace dolly, silver twine, sequins and rhinestone were added.
Today’s card features many die cuts, bling and sponging. I die cut out two scrolls and then several different flower shapes. The flowers were sponged with ink to add depth. The background was created using steel wool and dipped into pink and green inks. This is a simple and easy technique to get your backgrounds looking like splatted ink.
Here's a simple card with charm. I stamped the toile backgroung stamp in blue ink on white cardstock. Using the same stamp, I stamped the women in Momento Black ink. I colored theimage with Copics: Dress- B0000, B000, B00, B00, Background - V00, Hair - E11, E13, Tree - E31, Leaves - G00, G24. Finishing touches layered on blue oval and added ribbon.
I love learning new techniques or revisiting old ones. Today's card is a called a Magic Card. This card is like a pocket and when you pull the tag the message/image appears. This was created using a retired SU Frolicking Frogs stamp set. The main image was colored with Copics: Frog (Y02, YG03, YG67, G21, g24, G28), Frog spots (RV23, RV19, RV14, RV04), the Mushroom (E13, E15, E18, B02, B05, B06). You can watch a video on how to create your own "Magic Card" here.