Saturday, 17 August 2013

Dressed In Roses

Another really summery card, this time a card for a teenage girl and using a variety of Tonic Dies and Punches

Card Recipe:
Tools: Tonic Studios - Gothic Die Set - Butterfly Border Punch - Maria Butterfly Die, Grand Calibur, Embossalicious Flower Power Embossing Folder, Heat Gun, Cameo Silhouette
Stamp: Hampton Art Stamps Dressed in Roses
Colouring Mediums: Promarker Pens, ColorBox Cat's Eye Fluid Chalk Ink, Versamark, Encore Ultimate Metallic Ink Purple, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mis
Paper & Card: Bo Bunny, Pearlescent, Stardream, Elegance Satin
Embellishments: Bo Bunny ribbon, crystals, mulberry flowers, glitter, clear embossing powder

What teenage girl doesn't like both Butterflies and Dresses? So, I die cut a butterfly and flower image using the Tonic Studio's Maria Butterfly Beautiful Die, which I then accented with glitter and accented with tiny butterflies. I've actually scattered tiny glittered butterflies as accents all over the card.  This is actually the "waste" from my Butterfly Border punch (although I punched this from offcuts of glittered stardream card just for this project).

The sentiment was computer generated and then die cut with my Gothic Square Die Set. I created a border by punching both sides of a wide strip of stardream cardstock. You can also see where I used the Verso Gothic Die Set both for the main focal mat and to create a base for the computer generated sentiment.

Here's one more look at this summary teenage card, do pop over to my blog DipsDesigns to see more of this card and many more besides.

Hope you enjoyed this colourful card, happy crafting!

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