Wednesday, June 10, 2015

WOYWW 314

Another day, another card front lol. This one is on Tim Holtz watercolor paper, stamped with one of the flower detail stamps from Altenew's Painted Flowers with Versafine ink, painted with Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors. The vellum mat is cut with Papertrey Ink's Mat Stack 1 and adhered with Scotch Vellum Tape (put the tape on the paper and then attach the vellum on top... seriously does not show through), and a thank you from Taylored Expressions inked with Versamark and heat embossed with Ranger's Fine Detail Gold Embossing Powder. I believe this is a personal record for number of brands used in a single card lol.

At the back is a new die (to me) from Papertrey Ink which cuts a coin purse complete with stitch holes that can be made 3 ways two full size pieces stitched together or fold it  horizontally or vertically. I'm itching to get started with it!

To see more crafty spaces, head over to Julia's Stamping Ground and have a gander : D.

6 comments:

VonnyK said...

I love your card, that flower stamp is gorgeous. You sure like to spread the love, using so many different brands on one card. That takes skill :)
Have a great week,
Von #17

Helen said...

Love the flower stamp! Thanks for visiting - yes I've been up the Treetop walk several times.. if you trawl through the posts on my photo blog you'll find some views! (photosbyh.blogspot.co.uk) it's fabulous up there! Helen 3

RosA said...

I like the embossing on the word. Very effective.
Have a good week :)

Nikki C said...

That is one kewl die love how you used the gold for a moment I thought it was metal
Happy Late WOYWW hugs Nikki 6

Lunch Lady Jan said...

The coin purse die sounds fun!! Does it make a 3D purse or is it just for cards? We need to know, lol :-)
Hugs, LLJ 17 xxx

Angela Radford said...

Thanks for the visit. I feel bad as I must have missed you the other day, very sorry. Pleased you stopped by though , this is a lovely card. Don't know the die you mentioned so will have to go and have a look for it, sounds interesting. Have a great weekend and happy crafting, Angela xXx