I have to apologize for not posting my usual Wednesday post last week. My mom was put in hospice week before last and she died on Monday (Memorial Day). I've been out of town a lot and distracted when I wasn't. Top that off with a car breakdown on my way to Denver last week...a permanent breakdown...and you'll get a picture of the last couple of weeks for me.
Enough of that...here's a new card for you.
This was definitely a delight to make! I've taken the Watercolor for Cardmakers class at Online Card Classes recently and watercolor was definitely on my mind for this one. And I used the same Penny Black stencil and stamp that I've been using this month.
For this I inked the stencil with Distress Inks...Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, and Picked Raspberries. I just kinda smeared the colors on the pads all over. Then I spritzed it really good and put my paper down on it and allowed it to take up the color. A couple of seconds is all you need. Then I blew it dry with my heat gun.
I used the stamp positioner to position the stamp over the flowers, stamped in versamark, and embossed in bright gold embossing powder. A pale pink card made the most impact for the background so that's what it got!
The greeting is stamped in Picked Raspberries and layered on gold glitter paper.
Pink and white cardstock
Penny Black stamp and stencil
Versamark ink and bright gold embossing powder