Here's today's card from the shows tomorrow. I'm hoping it'll be a demo, but who knows if there'll be time! I have a hacking cough at the moment so I hope I'm able to speak tomorrow. Never been ill on TV before!
Grid Mask at a jaunty angle onto some Milk Card and inked through with Scattered Straw Distress Ink using Cut n Dry Foam. I then inked through the Flower Mask with Rusty Hinge Distress Ink moving it around so that the whole area was covered. I randomly stamped one of the flowers from the Creative Expressions Whimsical Floral Stamp set using Dried Marigold Distress Ink. I mounted the background on to some orange card and then I wrapped some Champagne Wrinkled Edge Ribbon and some Cream Crochet Ribbon (which I had inked with Rusty Hinge) around the card.
I cut a Spellbinders Fancy Postage Edge out of orange card and at the emboss stage added the Couture Creations Alora Embossing Folder. I stamped the sentiment from the Whimsical Floral Stamp set using Perfect Medium and embossed with Cosmic Shimmer Bright Gold Metallic Embossing Powder from the Metallics and Darks Set. I cut it out using the Fancy Postage Edge die. I left the card in the die and stamped the scroll from the Artsy Floral Stamp Set around the edges using Scattered Straw. I cleaned the ink off the edges of the die with a dry cloth and then inked through the die with Rusty Hinge.
12mm Hi-Tack Tape to the cut edge of 3 of the pieces. I removed the backing, folded down the end to touch the tape as usual when making a ribbon rose but then just rolled the remainder of the ribbon along the tape, finishing off as usual by folding the other end down to the tape. I cut off the excess tape. I repeated this for the other 2 pieces of ribbon. I cut some leaves out of orange and milk card using the Spellbinders Little Leafs Set. I inked through the milk ones with Scattered Straw and the orange ones with Rusty Hinge.
Pearl Swirls and some dots of Cosmic Shimmer Pearlescent PVA in Golden Pearl around the edges. I also added some spare pearls from the swirls to the orange postage edge die cut.
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