I recently got some Brusho pigments and wanted to try them. I used Remarkable You heat embossed in white and then applied the pigments and misted them with water. It’s a color explosion!
I embossed the sentiment in white on a piece of Black card stock and tucked the dragonfly from the Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits in Tempting Turquoise and vellum behind it. That was fun! Hugs, Fran
I’m going to share some Swirly Bird cards over the next few days. This one has a slice down the middle to show the card stock underneath. It came about when I couldn’t find any matching ribbon in the size I wanted! The colors here are Mint Macaron and Crushed Curry. To do this design, I just cut the Whisper White piece 1/4″ smaller than I wanted the front to be, stamped away and then sliced the paper underneath the sentiment. When I layered it on the Mint card stock, there is a 1/4″ space showing. I adhered it flat to the card stock and popped it up on the card front.
For this one, I only subtracted an 1/8″ and used Melon Mambo, Mint Macaron and Crushed Curry. Then I popped the stamped pieces up on the Crushed Curry and adhered it to the front. Slightly different looks. Hugs, Fran
Some brilliant person made a card like this for the Display boards at On Stage. This uses Painter’s Palette for the frame and Remarkable You for the flower. Only the section in the frame gets colored.
Isn’t the little push pin at the top cute? Spotlighting is a fun technique and I’m glad to see it revisited! Hugs, Fran