Monday, November 13, 2017

Thank You Card

Welcome! Today's card was made for 2 challenges... 1.Mod Squad Challenge It's all in the Color-to make a card or project using no white or ivory on the front. 2. Power Poppy -Power and Spark Challenge to use Portion Control...Create a project using only a portion of an image or of multiple images. No full images allowed .
I stamped a portion  of Power Poppy Poppies stamp in 2 corners of a Green Sage CS panel with Versamark ink and heat embossed with Gold EP.  I colored the images with Koh-I-noor Pencils.  I stamped the sentiments from PP Vibrant Thanks set with Versamark ink and heat embossed with Gold EP.  The word Thanks was triple embossed with the Gold EP to give a more dimensional look.  (Saw this tip from Jennifer McQuire).  Finished with a Gold Metallic CS mat and a Red card base and Gold sequins.
This card looks much better in real life than in the photo.  Always hard for me to photograph shiny surfaces and get the true colors.
Other challenges to enter:
Creative With Stamps: Challenge #20 Thankful









Have a great day! I love reading your comments. Theresa

5 comments:

Barbara said...

Nicely done! Good way to leave some white space and still have a lot of color on the card. Love the layers and the Splatter os sequins. Thanks for joining us for the Mod Squad Challenge this week. Good luck and hope to see you again.
Barbara, Challenge Host

Billie A said...

Very pretty. Love the embossing and colors. So glad you shared over at Creative with Stamps
Billie A
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Stacy Morgan said...

Oh the embossing on this is so pretty and adds such an elegance. Beautifully done.

Monika Reeck said...

Theresa I love that you play again
and love all the gold on your card
really made it elegant
great made Theresa
many thanks to joining our challenge at Creative with Stamps this month
Hugs
Monika (DT)

Julie Koerber said...

ooooOOOoooo... absolutely gorgeous Theresa! Love the pops of gold!