Heat embossed flowers in clear. Sprinkled on color burst and sprayed with water. Once dry mounted on green cs base and added tag with stamped sentiment and stencil sponged sun rays.
Taped the harlequin stencil on layering weight cs and sprinkles blue perfect pearls. Sprayed with water then placed another white cs on top and pressed lightly. Once dry, layered on white cs base with fun foam backing. Layered Silhouette cut filigree that was heat embossed with white and die cut tag that has sparkle spray then black stamped sentiment.
What I was trying to accomplish was a homegrown peeled paint. I first cut out a stencil of what was to be peeled paint but it sponged like stacked rocks. This background is a printed image of what was labeled peeled paint but it still looks like stacked rocks to me. Stamped the wreath in two leaves in two greens, added green sponging then added the stamped sentiment and butterfly in black. Colored the butterfly with Copics. Made the heart tag in black with a heat embossed white heart. Added twine, glued in several place to give it motion on the top layer that has a die cut shape and more twig stamping with green sponging. All is mounted on white cs base.
This is for the Sentiment+More than two layers+ Embossing line of Tic-Tac-Toe at Cuttlebug Mania.
I had cut out several of these flower sprays on layering weight paper and the outline with waterproof label making paper. With this one, I removed the paper covering the sticky side of the label maker and brushed on Copper Perfect Pearls with the eye shadow brush then spritzed with water to set. Layered that on white layering weight cs with light gray sponged stenciling that is layered on orange cs on white base cs. Glued the flower spray on top of the whole thing, then stamped the sentiment in dark gray. I really should make several dozen of these because I have so many people in my life that I could send them to. Me thinks even a guy would like this with the copper and geometric design element.
The focal image is a cut art from a bundle of images I purchased years ago, which I seldom play with any of them. From The Hungry Jpeg. I use my Silhouette to outline the image, enlarged it by .03 then cut that silhouette image out on sticker paper. Once I removed the paper to reveal the sticky side, I placed the foil on that. The image was then sent through my Cuttlebug. I used this foiled part for base then glued the cutout colored image on that. This was then layered on the frame with sentiments added. Before gluing down the frame I sponged the blue onto the white cs base.