Friday Fun: Black and Pink Layered Card

Hi again folks,

I hope that you are having fun and crafty times 🙂

The two cards that I am sharing with you today are , well, by-products of some altered art projects that I have been working. I will share these at a later date as they are going to be gifts for someone and their birthday is some time away yet.

By natural progression the projects ended up having a black and pink colour scheme. There ended up being lots of extra materials left so I decided to use them to make a couple of cards.

So, let’s get to it! Here are the two cards that I created:

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I used a combination of mixed media and lots of layering. I had also recently found a pack of acetate embellishments hidden amongst my stash and what luck!, they coordinated!

I chose two large, pink, acetate rose clusters to be the main toppers. Then I began to layer – stamped card base, distressed papers and stencilled banners. I included vellum for balance and silver thread for sparkle and texture.

To balance the clusters I added vellum butterflies and clear enamel drops. I then co-ordinated the card interiors plus the envelopes:

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I hope that you have found todays share both interesting and hopefully inspiring too!

Any questions please ask away.

Take Care and Happy Crafting!

MissRabbit250

 

 

About JenniferRabbit

I am an avid crafter and will try any artistic medium that I can :)
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