This was a card I taught at a recent class - we revisited inking scrunched up printed paper (this time from and old Mills and Boon type booklet) to make a background, and making a rolled flower.
The paper was crumpled, inked, and then re-crumpled and re-inked - I used Memento Rhubarb Stalk dye ink and Worn Lipstick DI.
The crumpled and inked paper was trimmed to size, and cut on an angle. After adhering it, I inked a narrow strip of paper to give a clearly defined edge, using Rhubarb stalk ink, then stamped the greeting (a magazine freebie), starting in the centre then moving out towards the edges.
The flourishes were cut with a Spellbinders die in light green card, and inked through the die. I trimmed one to fit on the card better, then added the rolled flower (also cut from a Spellbinders die)
The finishing details were some flatback pearls on the flourish and the bottom right corner, and a generous coat of Wink of Stella.
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