For Birgit's challenge to use acrylic paints and a credit card - and I combined it with Jeanne's F4A challenge to use a large embellishment or stamp. Well, I used a dryer flower already this week, and one large embellishment has challenged me enough, so I went the stamp route with SU's Medallion.
Before work I nipped upstairs and used an expired European Health Insurance card to add pink acrylic to a piece of white card, and then to swipe some white acrylic on over a piece of drywall mesh. I used the edge of the card to add the green lines.
When I came home from work it was nice and dry so I stamped Medallion in black. I tried Brilliance first, but it came out very faint and hardly any of the EP stuck, so I brushed it all off and stamped again with Versafine, reckoning that since it was a pretty distressed card already, a faint black grey shadow wouldn't matter much. And indeed the EP only stuck to the fresh stamping. I tore it to shape and distressed the edges a bit more, and then added a HA sentiment. I had a hot pink paper flower with white edges which made a perfect addition to the centre of the medallion, and I added two green brads layered with rhinestones.
A quick card, though I think to do it justice mixed media needs more time than I have these days. Mixed media lite, as opposed to mixed media extreme, is about all I can manage at the moment.
Date: Friday, June 28, 2013 GMT Views: 1208
I have several medallion stamps that I was tempted to use for this challenge. Glad I didn't. I could never have created such a beautiful card as yours. Well done.
------------------------------ "You simply will not be the same person two months from now after consciously giving thanks each day for the abundance that exists in your life. And you will have set in motion an ancient spiritual law: the more you have and are grateful for, the more will be given you" Sarah Ban Breathnach