Cut off portion of digi

After I water colored the digi and committed to the previous post for the upper portion of the image, this was the leftovers. I added the black boarder with a sharpie and a straight edge. Matted that on a printed b&w stripe then on green ticking pp. Stamped sentiment with black ink then added green thin strips around stripe and underline sentiment. Mounted all on white cs base. To give the center of the flowers some dimension I glued on glass glitter Krystallos. They really mean glass and the caution of Sharp Glass is not kidding. Ask me how I know.

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Try it on Tuesday: Hello Spring

Hand Stamped: Color The center of the flowers had dots of the Saffron color.

16 thoughts on “Cut off portion of digi”

  1. What a fun card. I really like the stripes going in different directions and those thin green strips make it look dimensional. You come up with great ideas! Be careful with the glass, even if it’s supposed to be rounded, it often is still sharp.

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  2. This left over flower looks anything but leftover. Both card were awesome. I do love the diagonal stripes and the green ticking. The green reminds me of the ribbon that GKD used to stock. I think I’d have to stay away from your glass glitter unless I was making a red card…lol…looks pretty though.

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  3. I love the paper layering and those nice bold colors you chose. The flower insert is beautiful too. It says spring, perfect for our Try It On Tuesday theme. Thanks for joining us. Hugs-Erika

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  4. Love when we have pieces left over we can use for another card. This is a great idea. Thanks for joining us at Hand Stamped Sentiments.

    Robbie

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