Sunday, February 3, 2008

Friendship Card


I've been having lots of fun incorporating grungeboard into my projects this weekend!! This card is 4 1/4" x 5 1/2". The folded card is green Bazzill cardstock. The background starts with white cardstock. The flourish is stamped with Versamark ink and embossed in clear. I then sprayed the piece with diluted Ranger color wash butterscotch and stream and blotted immediately with a paper towel to keep the colors light. Next I placed the piece between 2 pieces of copy paper and ironed it to remove the embossing powder. The grungeboard flourish and the flower brads were painted with Lumiere halo blue gold. The saying was stamped on vellum, cut out, layered onto a larger piece of vellum and those edges torn. all supplies and stamps can be gotten from Quietfire Design.

13 comments:

Mary Leeson said...

Absolutely beautiful...thanks for the blessing!!

Yogi said...

Looks like my comment didn't go through Ok here it goes again
Love the card. Absolutely love the color wash background. You're making me itch to play with grungeboard. No time yet... working on mingle and paper work stuff first.
Take care Yogi

Evidence of an Artistic Life said...

This is gorgeous, Wanda!
hugs, chris

Mary-Beth said...

Wanda, this is absolutely lovely! Gotta get me some of that grungeboard! LOL

Judy C. said...

Wanda, I love this piece!

lindy said...

nice work! thanks for the ideas! and I love how descriptive you are! Lindy

Sandy said...

Fabulous art - thanks for sharing.

Sandie R said...

This is an absolutely stunning card. Love the grungeboard flourish.

Marti said...

my goodness - absolutely gorgeous!!! yet another technique i MUST try!

Lindart said...

Beautiful Wanda!! I love how you combined the grungeboard with the other flourishes

Flo Hollingsworth said...

Wanda, it's really pretty. It's cool that you include instructions - they're clear and easily followed!

Ape Maya said...

Amazingly beautiful work!! Thanks for the detailed instructions.

Aparna

corina said...

So beautiful and once I read the detailed instructions I wanted to "copy" you, but I am sure I can not make it so beautiful!