Friday, August 24, 2018

Flora card


Hi everyone,

It's been a while making a project to participate into other challenges! Unfortunately no video of the process, because it's so time consuming and I made this one at night, and I need daylight to film. It was also fun to not film the process for once and just go.




For this card I used the Botanical Collage Paper as a first layer of my background. I adhered it with Collage Medium, I didn't seal it in, so I could use Distress Oxided on top of it. Around the corners of the card I used Bonding Powder with GoPress Grey Foil. I'm in love with this effect, and works also great as a resist.

 

The Ornate Frame (thanks Marzena) got texture using Grit-Paste. After it was dry I applied black paint to it. To give it a timeworn effect I applied Gunmetal paint in random places with my finger. Fabulous first step, but there were two more products that I applied with my finger in random areas: Nuvo Mousse Seaspray Green and Metallique Wax Bronze Age.

  

To dress up the frame I used Garden Greens and Wildflowers dies (thanks Marzena). All are colored with the Distress Oxides. And the girls are Paper Dolls, I colored them with Distress Markers and blended the colors with a cotton swab.


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ENTERING:
Frilly and Funky - Back to Nature
A Vintage Journey - How Can You Resist (I just foil and paint as a resist)

Thank you for stopping by! Love to see you next time!

Hugs,
Sandra

9 comments:

Cindy Jones said...

Love it! Miss the video, but I totally understand why! Thanks!

Kate Yetter said...

Wow...This is stunning! I am loving all that gorgeous texture.
Kate

Julia Aston said...

what a gorgeous mixed media card Sandra! Wonderful embossing and textures - love the vintage children surrounded be that wonderfully textured black frame and all the stems growing around them! thanks for sharing with us at A Vintage Journey! Julia xx

Sara Barker said...

Fabulous mixed media art! I love the contrast of the bright yellows and greens with the grungy look of the background and frame! Thank you for sharing this in our Back to Nature challenge at Frilly and Funkie! Hugs!

Sara Barker said...

And back to say thank you, too, for sharing in our How Can You Resist at A Vintage Journey! Hugs!

A Pink said...

Fabulous Creativity , Sandie . Love the bright fresh yellow, greens and blues colour combined with the grungy blacks and greys . Thanks for introducing me to a new resist product . Gonna have to check that one out .
Thanks for joining us at A Vintage Journey x

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Wow! The glorious color palette was the first thing that grabbed my attention here, but the gorgeous details drew me in! So much lovely texture and layering here. Just a gorgeous piece! Thanks so much for playing along in our Back to Nature Challenge at Frilly and Funkie!

Macarena said...

Oh my! This is awsome! I see you started to create besides the Monday posts! So happy! Love your projects and can't wait more of them. I absolutely adore the frame and what you did with it, the texture and deep black color makes it looking like a pitchy one. So real! Hugs, Macarena

Barbara Schiassi said...

Wow! the layers you created mixed with black and grey are fantastic! Great card! barbara