What a difference that made!!! The image actually had scalloped petal edges, but on such a small flower I couldn't possibly hand cut that jagged edge. Problem solved.
Next I framed a lovely lady die cut from K&Co with an assortment of Unity flowers. How pretty is she? It looks like a coffee emblem to me. But she went so well with the Que Sera Sera line of paper. I dabbed copper stickles on the flowers, sponge inked the edge of my background & used 3D dots behind her.
Using a punch from Martha Stewart, I inked, folded, and inked some more!
It really added distinction to the leaves, when they otherwise might have been unnoticeable.
The Unity stamp words were side by side in a frame. I chose to ink only one at a time with a marker, so I could stack them. I also did 2nd generation, which just means I stamped on a scrap paper...then on my cardstock. The result was just the right color tone & aged look that I needed.
I encourage readers to enter the ALL THINGS UNITY ATU challenges. Why not create & possibly be rewarded!?
SOOOOO pretty! LOVE that you used markers for the sentiment--and stacked it! LOVE that ribbon too! And what a great idea for the flower petals:) FUN! Thanks so much for joining in the fun over at ATU!!ReplyDelete
What a really great tip!! I'm going to have to remember that. Thanks for playing with us over at All Things Unity, we hope to see you againReplyDelete