Good evening Followers, Friends and Visitors,
Well here we are again at the beginning of yet another week lol! I do wish they would slow down a little lol!! my life is going by too quickly! Tonight's card was made for Imagination Craft's latest shows on the Hochanda T.V Channel on 11th. March 2016. This card was made using one of the three stunning new Art stamps, the tiger which were on sale on the programme. When I had finished it, I felt it just needed a little something, so thought I'd add a flower, then the lily came to mind, tiger lily lol! The sand Starlight paint has a gorgeous rich sheen which, does not show up well on the photograph. Hope you like it.
Matt a square of black shiny card onto the ivory coloured 7"x7" base card., leaving a half inch border of the ivory card showing. Cut a smaller piece of white card and paint it with the Sand Starlight paint. Rub an anti-static pad over the coloured card, so the embossing powder will not stick to where you don't want it to.
Lay the big cat stencil onto this coloured card and using a piece of cut 'n' dry foam, dab some Versamark through the design. Remove the stencil and heat emboss with black embossing powder, Matt this onto the black shiny card.
Using a piece of ivory card, stamp the tiger onto it using a Versamark pad and heat emboss with black embossing powder.. Trim around the stamped image, leaving a tiny border of ivory card showing.
Matt the image onto a slightly larger piece of black shiny card, then fix this to the centre of the base card.
Glue three black gems to the top left and three to the bottom right of the ivory base card, adding two dots of lime green Stickles in between the gems.
Punch out lily petals using the Tonic flower punch set and colour with the Scattered Straw and Festive Berries Distress Inks, then paint over the top of these with diluted Sand Starlight paint. When dry, stamp the markings on the petals, using the small stamp from the set, with black ink.
Shape the petals with your fingers and glue together to make the lily, adding the punched and painted stamen to the centre of the lily. Glue to the bottom left of the image, adding some green Stickles glue to the centre of the stamen.
There we have it my Friends, all finished. Please pop back in a day or so, when I will be sharing another project. Enjoy the next few days and I will be back soon.
Love and rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx.