After tidying my desk somewhat during the past week, I had lots of 'stuff' I discovered again, including the die cut and the shaving creme patterned panel.
I kept this card simple in design and with high contrast, as it is for an elderly person who suffers from Macular Degeneration, an eye condition that reduces vision severely, especially in the centre of the field of vision. Strong contrast does help them perceive things more easily.
A close up of the panel and butterfly - I wanted clear rhinestones for the butterfly, but could not find them in my bin, until after I had attached the pink ones. I edged the top and bottom of the panel with a narrow strip of silver glitter card.
I silver embossed the sentiment and then filled it in with silver ink, using a Stablio pen.
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(The butterfly and the background panel)
I was inspired by the colours in the icing that look like my feature panel,
the magical feature are the rhinestones on the butterfly.
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