This is a card made up of bits and pieces. I had made one card that I really did not like and the main elements of this are salvaged from that.
The 'rose' was a sample from a demonstration of flitter glu and gold flakes.
Love the way the colours catch the light!!
The small panel is part of a sample back ground I taught last year, using bubble wrap and punch scrap, Tumbled Glass and Broken China Distress Inks.
The sentiment was embossed using a metallic medley ep, which mirrors the colours on the rose. I sponged the edge of the panel with Delicata gold ink.
These elements were mounted over an embossed layer of paper from the Kaisercraft Botanicals collection, and few butterflies punched from gold glitter card finished the project beautifully.
I am very grateful for the crafter who told me very early in my cardmaking endeavors, that the easiest way to remove elements on a card that had been attached with tape, was to heat the card from behind and it would lift of far more easily!! So very true :-).
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