I loved this one! All white cardstock. I kept reaching for the blues and so saffron inks.
First background was floral inked in So Saffron then Print Pattern inked in bordering blue. Kissed them and stamped the Floral bg!
Brocade Blue is the next layer, dtp to white cs. Next is So Saffron inked onto Print Pattern that was kissed onto a Bordering Blue Floral. Looks marbled.
Next is White cs with Bordering Blue sponged on. (think I had another color on my sponge as it looks more grayish! :s) Then i stamped the flower in the white space with Brocade Blue, Always Artichoke and a So Saffron middle. Added some stickles to the middle.
Date: Saturday, January 7, 2006 GMT Views: 2161
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Sun, Jan 08, 2006 @ 4:33 AM
Wow..this one REALLY catches your eye! Love all the texture you have in it. BEAUTIFUL!
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Sun, Jan 08, 2006 @ 6:21 AM
This card is beyond words! It has a BIG impact without using any colored CS!!! Kiss technique you used adds plenty of color, texture, AND interest to plain ol' white paper! I may just keep colorless CS on hand and invest in nothing but inks!!
This card deserves a prize.
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