Almost every time I work on an specific project, I like to create a couple of variations of it. Today I am sharing another version of the card that I shared Monday on the Hero Arts blog. This card also features the Potted Succulent and Small Potted Succulent woodblock stamps:
For this card I heat-embossed the images with Copper Embossing powder. Then, I colored the Potted Succulents with Chameleons pens. Additionally, I die cut the shapes with their matching frame cuts. It is hard to see, but I also put FSJ Journey Glaze over some of the leaves.
To create the background, I white-embossed a woodblock stamp called Kelly’s Wood Grid over a white card stock panel. After that, I carefully colored some of the tiny squares with markers, and I also put FSJ Journey Glaze on them. It kind of reminds me of those tiny tiles that are used in kitchens as backsplash 😉
Anyway, after that I adhered the panel over a card base, and then I die cut a piece of foam with the Succulent frame cuts to add dimension (I explained a little trick for that on the HA video, click >>>HERE<<< if you want to see it). I adhered the potted succulents over the panel, and I finished my card adding a simple sentiment from a set called Many Everyday Messages.
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Well, that’s all from me for today, I will be back soon to share another project.
Thanks for stopping by Have a wonderful crafty rest of the week!
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