I am still on holidays, so I have been in crafty heaven (hence the number of posts!)
I have another card to share with you after playing around with my Upsy Daisy die from Die-namics. This time using acetate. Yep – that flower is made from acetate! I coloured it with some pigment ink that I found at my local art shop – I would have used alcohol inks if I owned them, but I don’t, so I went looking for a substitute. I was surprised at the things I found that could be used to colour acetate.
The flower has 3 layers to it and I used my heat gun to shape the flowers to give them some dimension.
I am entering this into the Lilypads Flower Challenge sponsored by Simon Says Stamp.
Ink: Distress Ink – Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Art Spectrum pigment ink – Crimson
Card: AnnaBelle Stamps Pre-cut smooth white card
Other Supplies: AnnaBelle Stamps Acetate sheets, Die-namics die – Upsy Daisy, Die-namics die – Labelled Layered die, Cuttlebug, Kaisercraft grosgrain ribbon – pale pink, AnnaBelle Stamps 3mm pearls, 3D foam adhesive, Ink blending tool, heat tool, Glossy Accents and Zots adhesive dots (to adhere flower).
Until next time,
Super sweet, oh so elegant! 🙂
glorious acetate fl;ower, Marion!!
WOW! This is incredible Marion! Love your gorgeous flower and the card design is perfect to showcase it!
Absolutely gorgeous Marion, the whole thing oozes sweetness. That flower is great!
Oh how pretty. I love the daisy element that you made. Very striking.
Your card is so elegant. Beautiful.
So pretty, Marion! The ribbon panel is gorgeous and the acetate flower is just beautiful!
Beautiful card. I love the pink.
marion, you have such a simple elegance to your style. something i truly envy. gorgeous card.
All your cards are so pretty. This one is a stunner! I am going to try and case it if that is ok with you? It is just so lovely!
So stylish and beautiful! Wonderful flower card!! Thanks for playing with us at Lily Pad! Hugs, Karin