Monday, August 16, 2010

MOJO 152


I really was "inspired" today, but came a long way from where I began this card! It looks something like the sketch??? Check out Mojo Monday.

Card Ingredients:
Card Stock: Vellum Card Stock, Whisper White, Daffodil Delight and Poppy Parade
Stamps: Because I Care (hostess)
Ink: Poppy Parade and Jet Black Staz On
Extras: Matt Pack foam pad and Stylus, Boho Blossoms, Eyelet Border, 1/2" punches, 1/2" So Saffron Striped and 1/8" Daffodil Delight taffeta ribbons, Stampin' Dimensionals

To get the effect with the flower in the middle, I stamped the image onto Vellum Cardstock with Staz On ink. I let it dry and then turned the vellum to the back side on top of my foam piece from the Matt Pack and used the stylus tool (larger end) to press into the vellum in random areas. It leaves it white and bumpy on the front side for some texture and depth. Plus I don't have to water color the image! Yeah! I learned this technique from Dawn Olchefske over at DOstamping.

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9 comments:

Linda Callahan said...

I love this Patti - I will have to try that vellum thing - might be able to mange that! Looks great!

Ann Schach said...

Beautiful, Patti! I love the Poppy Parade and Daffodil Delight! Gorgeous!

Teresa Kline aka va.sunshine said...

this is so very adorable...have a super week!

enjoy *~*

Mary Fish said...

Hi Patti . . . you were really ready to mojo . . . right out of the starting blocks. Love your beautiful flower and card. I often start thinking one thing and end up with something entirely different. Hugs, M

Crystal said...

Oh WOW Patti I LOVE how you used this image...BEAUTIFUL!!!!

Carla Bazhenow said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!!! Hugs,

Cards by Gina said...

You definitely have your Mojo going on this card! Beautiful card! I absolutely love it!

Kim said...

Gorgeous Patti - and what a cool technique! Thanks for sharing!!

Sandra Farrell said...

great card - very creative the way you punched out that circle frame.