Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Happy Wedding!


Hello!

I am thrilled to be sharing my Level 1 Challenge Assignment with you. 

My challenge was to select any 3 components from the Level 1 Altenew classes and create a love/anniversary/wedding theme card or project.


I used the Beautiful Day stamp set from the All About Layering 2 class, embossing powder from the Let It Shine class and embossing with dies from the Easy Die Cutting Techniques class.

I used the Cube Cover die to emboss white card stock and then misted it with Imagine Crafts Shimmer Spritz in Sparkle.


The flowers are stamped with Altenew Crisp Dye Ink in Mountain Mist, Volcano Lake and Lagoon. The last outline image is stamped with Versamark embossing ink, sprinkled with Stampendous detail silver embossing powder and heat set. 


The blooms were fussy cut, leaves stamped on white card stock and then heat embossed in detail silver. I hope you can see a bit of the sparkle from the Shimmer Spritz in this photo.


The flowers were then arranged along the bottom and side edge of the card front with foam adhesive to add dimension. I die cut the leaves with the matching die and then tucked them under the blooms.
The sentiment is 2 separate stamps from the Studio Katia "Happy" set, with all the Altenew stamps I have I did not have one that said Happy Wedding.


The sentiment is attached with foam adhesive and I've also added Studio Katia Majestic Fusion sequins.


Lastly, I adhered the card front to black card stock, leaving a thin border around the card front. I then added a strip of The Ton silver glitter paper to the top and left side of the card stock and then adhered the card front to a 4.25" by 5.5" card base.

Thanks for taking a look!


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1 comment:

Virginia Lu said...

Wow, how gorgeous is this, Rosie! Love the embossing, textures and shine! The colors and composition are so pleasing to the eyes! Way to rock this final challenge for Level 1! Congratulations!

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