Here is take two for my Mother-in-law's birthday card. DH specified flowers. So they are in the bg paper. There were supposed to be more (I have coordinating papers to this one) but it just didn't work. YKWIM??? The were in the plan, they are cut to size--but they just didn't make the final cut (pun intended).
The RubberNecker Blogger Challenge had us use paper piecing. So the cake, decorative icing, and plate are different pieces. I watercolored and embellished them before cutting them out. Since I used cardstock instead of patterned paper, after cutting the pieces out, I ran a black marker around the edges of the pieces to disguise the edges.
Like birthday cards should be--this card is shiny and sparkly in real life.
- Stamp: Birthday Cake
- Ink: Palette Noir (and a various for sponging and shading)
- Paper: White (GP); Pearlescent Vanilla(Verve Visual); Mellow Moss; Barely Banana and Pretty in Pink (SU!); Patterned Paper;
- Accessories: Liquid Pearls (opal white and pink); Stickles (Crystal); decorative scissors; white pen ( Inkssentials); foam tape; ribbon; sponge; watercolor brush; Diamond Glaze (Judikins);
I hope my MIL likes her card. She is a WONDERFUL MIL (not an easy job in my opinion). I am truly blessed!
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