Today’s card is a fun “happy” card in the colors Lemon Lime Twist and Berry Burst. These colors blend together beautifully. Actually, I think they complement and accent each other!
What is the emboss resist technique? You heat emboss on your paper first. Here I heat embossed a cute little bee and a flower from the Queen Bee Stamp Set by stamping with Versamark Ink, dusting with White Emboss Powder, and hitting with the heat tool. After the embossing powder is melted, I watercolored lightly with Berry Burst ink and water using the largest size Water Painter. When dry, I stamped with the tiny dot stamp using Berry Burst ink.
Behind the watercolored piece is a piece of Basic White cardstock cut with the largest Scalloped Contour Die. I cut the piece in half and sized it so that the edges peek out all around the watercolored piece. Behind that is a piece of Lemon Lime Twist Glorious Gingham. This is set on a piece of Lemon Lime Twist cardstock on a card base of Berry Burst cardstock. Whew, lots of layers!
Two floral branches were stamped in Berry Burst ink and colored in with Bubble Bath and Lemon Lime Twist Stampin’ Blends. A few individual flowers were added for dimension.
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