I painted the leaves with Tombow markers. Once the leaves were dry, I embossed them from the back side of the parchment paper. I traced the Camellia onto the front side of the parchment paper using white lead, I turned the paper over and then embossed the white rose from the back side of the paper using parchment embossing tools. I use a rubber mat to emboss on. I used Dorso Oil to remove the white lead from the front side of the paper once the embossing was completed.
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Sat, Jul 15, 2017 @ 5:35 PM
Just doesn't get more beautiful than this card.
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Sun, Jul 16, 2017 @ 2:45 PM
Oh, Jerri, I'm so glad you are sharing this amazing piece of artistry! It's absolutely exquisite painting, and your parchment work is stunning! I love it and love the other one as well. Beautifully done! Hugs and love! xoxo