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You’re Lovely In Metallic – Bella Flora Clear Heat Resist

March 1, 2018

Hi everyone! It’s Jessica here, can you believe it’s already March? Real flowers are just around the corner (yay!), and inspired this pretty little number featuring Bella Flora.

I started with the card front and die cut a scalloped rectangle using black card stock. I created a “resist” by heat setting clear embossing powder using Versamark Ink. Now for the magic! Coloring with Spectrum Noir Metallic markers! These go on super smooth and pop on a dark background. I stamped the largest flower a second time, fussy cut and added 3D foam tape for a little dimension.

For the sentiment, I heat set “Your’re Lovely” with white embossing powder. To get the best result, I like to treat the surface area with an anti static tool before stamping. Next I adhered the scalloped panel to an A2 sized pattern paper rectangle. To finish off the card I added black bakers twine to the bottom of the card, coordinating sequins and touch of shine using the Spectrum Noir Glitter pen.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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2 comments

Jan March 1, 2018 at 11:47 am

Beautiful card – love the popping on the black background – thank you. : )

By the way, someone might want to let the owner of The Ink Road know that the contact form link doesn’t work, at least not for iPads using Safari. You just get a line of code. I had wanted to ask a question but could not. Thanks!

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Jerry March 5, 2018 at 12:55 pm

Wow,thank you for your generous-hearted response! I kinda sorta figured you embossed with two folders for a couple of the bookmarks, but hadn”t yet analyzed the em-de-bossing. : ) I have Shimmer Sheetz and embossing folders, so am ready. My mojo had left the building due to a health issue for my husband, but your bookmarks just brought it back, being simple yet rock-star cool. So thank you for helping with the mental health/feed-the-soul aspect of crafting. And your name is so familiar do you teach/blog for The Queen”s Ink? If so, I”m in Reston and have visited them for a few classes. Thanks again.

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