Shady Pines, Ma!

January 05, 2019

Shady Pines, Ma!

Hello! Rachel B. back today with a new post using an oldy but a goody - Stay Golden!



I started by cutting my card base and using a stitched cover plate to create the texture and design on the front of the card. I also cut a circle from some vellum and a stitched flourish from some natural colored card stock. I set these aside and got to work on my main image. I stamped her using my MISTI and then colored her in with my Copics. After cutting her out, I started arranging my elements on my card front and decided I needed a little contrast for the sentiment. I cut a strip of black card stock and then heat embossed my sentiment on it with some white embossing powder.


To piece together my scene, I adhered the flourish to my vellum circle with some multi-medium matte. I then used some more multi-medium matte hidden behind the flourish to adhere the vellum to the card front. I adhered the sentiment strip behind my main image with a tiny dot of multi-medium matte and then used foam tape to behind the image and the sentiment on top of the whole design for a little bit of dimension.


Thanks for joining me today!

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