Back to normal cards today with another stained glass sample.
The flowers were cut from Vellum using the Secret Garden Framelits, heat embossed with White EP, and then coloured on the back with a Primrose Petals marker and an Aqua Painter with Primrose Petals ink. The water causes the petals to curve which adds extra dimension. The leaves were cut from Vellum and another pair from Always Artichoke, again using the Secret Garden Framelits. A piece of Cherry Cobbler Core’dinations was embossed with the Fancy Fan TIEF and lightly sanded to expose the lighter coloured core. This was layered onto a Naturals White card base, and the flowers and leaves were added with Glue Dots.
Stunning effect, wouldn’t you agree?
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I would agree with you there it is beautiful. The effect with the flowers is magic.