Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Mixed Media Challenge

After some time visiting family in Ohio, and running a Hero Arts scramble over the weekend I have not done any card making...and it was difficult to get back to it.  Nevermind that I have at least 5 cards that need to be mailed within a week!  Well here is a start!
I am playing in a new to me challenge - The Mixed Media Card Challenge- the theme is flowers with an option of basket...well I love flowers and I kinda like this basket weave embossing folder a LOT! (thanks for introducing me to it Michele!)  So here is my take on the challenge.

I started by stamping the multi step roses, then I stamped the woodgrain on a separate piece.  I added some embossing paste colored with lime green glimmer mist using Simon Says Stamp leaves stencil.  While that dried, I dry embossed the basket weave panel, and worked on the sentiment panel.  Once my embossing paste was dry, I die cut the circle, added the fussy cut Altenew Vintage Roses and put the pieces together. The bow and pearls were added last (sticker from Jolee).

Thanks for stopping by!

 Inks-Back rose - Soft Vanilla, Lemon Yellow- Hero arts & Sunshine by SSS
         Front Rose - Soft Vanilla, Lemon Yellow, Butterbar - Hero Arts


8 comments:

  1. A very pretty card Cat! Love the look of the weaved stencil used on the background.

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  2. A very pretty spring card!! thanks for joining us in the Mixed Media Card Challenge!

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  3. Fun take on that inspiration photo!! Perfect Spring card!!

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  4. This is a beauty, Cat! You're making me think I "need" that folder as I love it every time I see you use it on a card!

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  5. WOW, what a beautiful & striking card this is, Cat.
    Love the embossed background.

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  6. This is soooooooo pretty! Love those yellow roses :) Thank you for sharing with MMCC

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  7. You've done an amazing job with these roses, Cat! I love the gradation in the shades of yellow and how beautiful it looks against the woodgrain background! What a great idea to use embossing paste for your leaves, too...very pretty effect!

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  8. And just look at what you've done! Thank you Cat, for turning a simple kindness into a gorgeous creation!
    =] Michele

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