Flowers & Linen
All of the flower panels on this card are glossy paper. The background panel was as bright at the focal flower until I sanded it - I used the faux linen technique to create this effect on background. The faux linen technique is simply standing your background image horizontally and vertically. If you could see the card close up you would notice that it looks like threads running through the background. This was my first try at this technique and I really like how this turned out.
From my previous post - Hunter was bur free today - it’s going to be a good day!
I hope your day is filled with flowers!
Thanks for the visit!
Stamps - Harlequin Flowers 2 (Innovative Stamp Creations)
Paper - Glossy White, Old Olive, Black
Ink - (all Ranger) Jet Black Archival; Peeled Paint, Fired Brick, Antique Linen, Weathered Wood Distressed Ink
Other - Long Rectangle Megabilities (Spellbinders), ribbon, button, brads, Black Diamond Stickles (Ranger), sanding block