For today's color challenge (certainly celery, chocolate chip, crumb cake) ... with the "dessert" being dry embossing.
I used watercolor paper, sponged ink and water mister to create the aged fern. The picture frame is Crumb Cake cardstock with Chocolate Chip ink applied directly with the stamp pad and dragged along the edges to create distressing. I dry embossed the backdrop of the frame with forest branches.
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Tue, Feb 19, 2013 @ 4:51 PM
So cool! love the effect of the way you colored the leaves and how awesome the pop out is for the over all charm.
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Lots of work put into your card that certainly makes it one of a kind.
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Tue, Feb 19, 2013 @ 6:28 PM
OMG Loll....I am not masculine, but would LOVE to get a card like yours. What beautifully watercolor spritzed and die cut fern. I love how you distressed the frame and dry eb the background too. I think your sentiment was met for your card and for you my friend :-) TFS