Here's my card
I'm a little obsessed with Perfect Pearls. For my card, I used a faux-metal technique I saw Jennifer McGuire do. I masked off a small rectangle area with post-it tape. I added distress inks (peacock feathers) with an ink blending tool and then added some perfect pearls with a small brush. I then carefully removed the post-it tape and put the panel through my Big Shot with the WeRMemory Keepers Geometric embossing folder. I also inked up small areas with distress inks (mustard seed, spiced marmalade and peacock feathers and added perfect pearls to each. I stamped the jewels, using Winnie & Walter's My Precious stamp set. Frankly, I wasn't sure if I should have stamped the jewels first, then add the distress ink and perfect pearls. However, it worked out fine in the order i did it. I fussy cut the jewels and added them to the embossed panel. Here's a close-up.
I decided to leave the card without a sentiment because I couldn't figure out where to put it and how to do it!
Edited to add: I noticed that the recipe over at Less is More is
I think this card qualifies as there is a lot of shimmer. So, I'm adding it there too.
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I adore this CAS geometric design! Perfectly done! Glad you shared it at FMS!ReplyDelete
Fabulous CAS card ! Love this geometric design with the gorgeous faux metal rectangle, so beautiful and perfect for our challenge ! Great combination of the two challenges ! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along with us at Less is More !ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card! Love the texture in the background with the EF. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.ReplyDelete
A fantastic shimmery spectacular. Beautiful CAS design and love the added texture from that embossing folder. Thanks for playing along with us at Less is More this week.ReplyDelete
A great use of shimmer and the sketch. Love the isolated rectangle and those lovely colours.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x