I started with a piece of Pale Plum and using Versamark I stamped the large flower from Looks Like Spring and embossed with clear embossing powder. I then brayered Perfect Plum ink over it and wiped the excess off my embossed image. I layered it on a piece of Pale Plum, placed that on a piece of Perfect Plum, stamped my sentiment in Perfect Plum and added the white grosgrain ribbon.
I'll share one more with you tonight. I'll save the other two for another day. This one was a lot of fun as the theme was tie-dye. This used the wax paper resist technique. You start with a piece of glossy cardstock cut to the desired size. For my card I stamped the main images with Jet Black StazOn with the retired set Groovy. Then take a piece of wax paper and fold it and crinkle it. Place a piece of scrap paper under your cardstock. Lay your cardstock face up and the wax paper on top. Then another piece of scrap paper on top. You then iron your paper sandwich on a dry setting, melting the wax paper onto the glossy. I then stippled the Yo-Yo Yellow, Real Red, and Brilliant Blue on my piece of glossy card stock and wiped off the excess and mounted it on my card base. Viola, a tie-dyed card.
My goal for this week (once I finish my distance learning class) is to work on my scrapbooks. I've been so into card making and doing the challenges that my scrapping has really taken a back seat. I just ordered the pics from the San Diego trip, which means I'll have 3 scrapbooks in progress. Time to get on it.