Wednesday, April 3

Emboss resist

Here is another emboss resist card using the Natural Composition DSP and white craft ink.  This DSP is very natural in look and texture, so it absorbs the white craft ink really well when it is sponged on it.  The white ink makes the clear embossed design POP.  It's layered on Summer Starfruit cardstock and then on a Rich Razzleberry card.

The banners down the left side are made from Sycamore Street DSP... which was a free Sale-a-bration item.  I stamped three of the stamps from That's the Ticket stamp set on whisper white in Pool Party, Summer Starfruit and Rich Razzleberry and tied them on the card with white bakers twine, wrapped around the card 3 times and tied into a bow.  For some final details, I punched an Elegant Butterfly in Rich Razzleberry and then ran it through the BigShot with the Fancy Fan embossing folder.  I adhered it to the card with a dimensional and added tiny little pearls down the middle of the butterfly.  Lastly, I added one of the flowers from the Vanilla Flower Trim, sponged it in Pool Party and added large pearl that I colored with a color similar to Summer Starfruit and put it in the middle of the flower.

This card can be used for any occasion... just another of my not-quite shabby designs.

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