Here's my card
Anita commented that inlaying the die cut was "fiddly". She wasn't joking. I ended up with lots of little pieces that I kept losing - LOL!
I was inspired by:
- the colours
- the randomness of the colours; Anita used two shades of brushos; I couldn't find my Color Bursts, so settled on smooshing of distress inks
- script sentiment
- layout - square panel, die cut extends a bit beyond the panel
I started by adding distress inks (spiced marmalade, ripe persimmon and picked raspberry) using a smooshing technique. I die cut using Memory Box - Large Olive Branch both a piece of red cardstock and the inked panel. I used a piece of printer paper, where I added adhesive all over, to gently place all the pieces of the inked panel and the olive branch.
I added a script sentiment from PTI - Heart-2-Heart #3.
Thanks for visiting
So pretty! Love the background you created! So glad you joined us at Muse this week!ReplyDelete
sweet! love it!ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous! I love your smooshed background and good for you persevering with all those little die cut pieces.ReplyDelete
Your smooching is fabulous, Sue!! I love your take on the Muse!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
Fantastic smooshed background, love those colours. Glad I'm not the only one who found it fiddly! :D Thanks for persevering and joining in at Muse xReplyDelete
Such a pretty card!ReplyDelete
Oh, this is beautiful! I love your take on the Muse challenge!ReplyDelete