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I liked the lesson 1 on MFT and made the card using the rule of thirds. I made this for a dear friend. I used MFT color challenge colors- limelight, wild wisteria, lemon drop and razzle berry.
This past weekend I was doing a craft show at an Indian exhibition and all those colors must be in my head as this looks very much like an Indian wedding card.
I started with embossing the damask background in gold embossing powder on a panel cut with BP 13. I sponged razzleberry, lemon drop and grapiscle inks. I cut a panel from BP 9 and added the sentiment with platinum embossing powder. I stamped another paper with damask stamp and grapesicle ink and then cut the flowers. The scalloped rose and mini roses. I then colored them with razzleberry and grape jelly inks. the leaf flourish was colored with lettuce alcohol ink. I used the rule of thirds on the horizontal panel and the rose. I think that balanced the focus of the card well. For the flowers I used viva hologram pen. The whole card was popped with foam sheet. I like how that raised the card evenly.
Here is the inside using Modern bloom set, love it.
I am adding it to Simon Says Stamp-friends and Love to scrap– anything goes.
Thank you for visiting and for your sweet comments.
Lillian A said:
Fantastic background and lovely flowers. Thank you for entering our anything goes challenge at Love To Scrap.
A beautifully designed card.
Very Pretty card! Love the colour combination and your pretty flowers!
Thanks for joining us at LTSCB. Best of luck with your entry!
Miriam Prantner said:
That background is stunning! The colors are so rich and deep and vivid!