The other half

Challenges
The Paper Players: Something New
Make My Monday: Anything but Square
Simon Says Monday: Something New

With the other half of the pp I made for the previous card, I got another bg for this card. Plus I wanted to play around with the tissue paper some more. This time I printed the sentiment with the ink jet printer on tissue paper. Just so happens that the plastic I use to cut stencils have sheets of very white, very thin tissue paper between each piece of plastic and they are 9×12. Enough extra to wrap the copy paper and tape to the back. Cut the printed sentiment slightly larger than a tag of purple pp. Used thin coat of clear gesso on purple pp, laid down the tissue and added another layer of thin gesso. Once dry, trimmed edges and adhered to slightly larger piece of white copy paper then to the panel front. Flowers were hand cut, during some of the football playoffs this weekend, from the same purple pp as the sentiment tag. Center of the flowers is a round punch of the scraps of the foiling and shaped into dots. BG piece is kraft cs that has been dry embossed and mounted on white cs base.

Love this sentiment. It will work for difficult situations. Being divorced I know how much others want to reach out and show support but never seem to find the right words.

12 thoughts on “The other half”

  1. I so love that sentiment and the tissue technique you used to create the panel. Beautiful colors and lots of wonderful textures on your lovely card! Thanks for joining the Paper Players this week!

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  2. Beautiful, Bonnie! I love the colors you used. The tissue paper panel adds such wonderful texture. Thank you for playing with The Paper Players this week!

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