Friday, February 15, 2013

Mixing Up Friday

Hello Everyone and Welcome to the End of the Work Week!

I love Friday evenings, not only with the weekend to look forward to, but for the Mix-Ability Challenge at Splitcoaststampers!  This week is challenge number 3-use words on white paper for a prominent component of our cards, and then add 3 shades of red to it in any coloring medium.  Why not come over and join the fun?  While you are on the site, stop by and visit the latest Dirty Dozen Fan Club Gallery; this month's theme is "Icing and Sprinkles".  The gallery is pretty sweet!

Here is my card the the Mix-Ability Challenge-

To make the flower, I sponged Real Red, Poppy Parade and Cherry Cobbler on First Edition dsp;  then I die cut the petals; the edges are inked in Real Red.  I added Razzleberry to the petal centers and to the die cut flower center.  I pressed the flower center and the petals into a Versamark ink pad and then sprinkled them with UTEE and heat embossed.  I layered the parts of the flowers with dimensionals.  Lastly, I added the tiny flower centers in black and Summer Sun.  The flower panel is popped up on dimensionals.

Thanks so much for visiting and have a blessed weekend!

Lee Ann :)

Supplies Used-
Stamps-The Art of Nature (sentiment) -Our Craft Lounge
Paper-Whisper White, Razzleberry, Old Olive, Basic Black Summer Sun, First Edition dsp (all SU)
Ink-Real Red, Poppy Parade, Cherry Cobbler, Razzleberry, Stazon Black, Versamark (All SU)
Other-Polka Dot ef (SU), Bella Blooms die (Simon Says Stamp, Gentle Leaf die (Memory Box), dimensionals, UTEE

1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous flower. Love the shine created from the UTEE.


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