The focal point on this card is a Serendipity Stamp's Daylilly (www.serendipitystamps.com). I stamped the image in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored it with the following Copic markers - BV08, YG63, YG67, Y32, Y35 and 0 (colorless blender). I then used My Favorite Things Die-namics Postage Stamp Stax die to cut the image.
The cardbase is kraft card stock. I used Designer Paper (DP) from Basic Gery's Plumeria 6x6 pad to cover the front of the card. The center focal panel DP was also die cut with My Favorite Things Die-namics Postage Stamp Stax die.
Both of the center pieces were inked with Distress Dusty Concord along the edges.
I die cut Memory Box's Blooming Vine, twice, on kraft cardstock and colored with the BV08 and YG67 Copic Markers. I cut into several pieces to arrange around the focal point.
I cut two strips of natural jute fabric which I bought in a roll from papermart.com and adhered to the side panels.
I altered a piece of the design paper by adding Y32 to different parts of a floral design to match the focal point and punched out the butterflies with a Martha Stewart punch (this was Day 4 homework - altering design paper).
The sentiment is from Hero Arts Essential Messages set and was stamped with Versamark and heat embossed with white detail embossing powder.
Bling from my stash was adhered to various elements on the card.
Date: Friday, March 22, 2013 GMT Views: 708