Monday, September 29, 2014

Red 'n' Gold

Welcome

I have had a wonderful last three days with loads of time in the studio, and lots of great results. 
 Woohoo - my mojo is back!

This card started with a stencilled panel - well, actually it is the reverse of a stencil that I placed onto a piece of white card stock and brayered over it - the stencil had been used with a spray ink, and this is the result of using the negative side of it


The stencilled layer was covered with crinkled tissue which was adhered with gel medium, and then coated with another layer of the gel medium.

I then rubbed some Inka Gold (paste) in gold gently over it to 'catch' in, and highlight, the raised wrinkles in the tissue.


The sentiment panel was a SB label cut in gold paper and the greeting embossed in red.
This was then layered over a SB die cut made from gold DCWV metallic card.


The flowers were punched with  Stampin' Up mini punches in the two gold papers, and layered before a red rhinestone was added.


The lace and the ribbon were the finishing touch.
I really enjoyed making this card, playing with the textures and materials, and with the final result.

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May your day be blessed

12 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card! I love the wrinkled technique, have never seen it before and the Inka Gold adds the perfect touch! Thank you for sharing this terrific creation with us at Opus Gluei!

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  2. wow Max, this is beautiful! Love the background..

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  3. Wonderful! Thank you for sharing with us at A Creative Need!

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  4. Fabby card and image, love the exquisite die and the colours used.
    .xx aNNie
    The Journey is the Start

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  5. A really lovely mixed media card Maxine. The colours and textures are awesome.

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  6. This is truly fabulous! I'm very interested in seeing your tissue over the stenciling, because I have scrap tissue at the desk just waiting to try this! (well one day I'll get rountoit! More inspired to do so after seeing this beauty). The lattice looks so pretty with the effects you've given it. The center S/B die looked very metallic too, like a belt buckle. This is a terrific card, Maxine. Well done!!! TFS & Hugs

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  7. Oooh this is beautiful Maxine!!! LOVE the way you used the negative of your stencil for your bg, and the gold is a real wow factor on this card! Lovely!!!

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  8. Love the way you did that background and the gold just SHINES! So beautiful!!!

    Good to finally be back home but it's a bit overwhelming trying to catch up on everything.

    Lynn

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  9. It is wonderful to have loads of time to play, isn't it? I specially like the gold die cuts and embossing in your card. Have a blessed day!

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  10. Great Card. I like how you used the Inka Gold to your card it's just beautiful.
    Thank you for sharing and joining us at One Stitch At A Time.
    Deborah DT

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  11. Great card,very creative.

    Love the tiny flowers.

    Thanks for joining us at Glitter n Sparkle.

    Tracey DTxx

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