Thursday, October 30, 2014
I've got a card today for the October Altenew challenge. I was inspired by the colours, flowers and butterflies. I tried a couple of different gold embossing powders for the flower but I don't know if they're old or what but they didn't melt well and mostly ended up rubbing off of the card. So I went with this Zing powder in Butter. I really like how it pops against the turquoise and contrasts with the Cherry Cobbler colour. That's it for me. Hope you have a fabulous day!
Cardstock: (White) Bazzill, (Bermuda Bay) Stampin' Up
Stamps: (Flowers & leaves from Hennah Elements, Sentiment from Label Love) Altenew
Ink: (VersaMark) Tsukineko, (Cherry Cobbler) Stampin' Up
Embossing Powder: (Opaque Butter Zing) American Crafts
Wood Veneers: Studio Calico
Posted by Jen W. at 8:37 AM
Labels: Altenew, Birthday, Stampin' Up, Studio Calico
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I LOVE the line stamping on colored card base! Looks fab!
I have a couple of powders that are like that too - not that I've had them that long, but I guess they were on the shelf a while first. The butter is terrific, though, so it was meant to be!
I'm with Jessi -- the butter ep colour is perfect the way it pops against the card base! So pretty, Jen.
This is so pretty--love the yellow with the turquoise and that sentiment in red.
Jen this is gorgeous! What a beautiful take on the inspiration photo!!
So pretty and such a great take on the inspiration!
That flower looks absolutely gorgeous, and great job on using a blue card base! Thank you very much for playing along at Altenew's October challenge!
I love it in Butter! Such a soft and sweet look as compared to a gold.
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