Different Card, Different Day 2/18/18 February 18 2018, 0 Comments
I wish you love. This very colorful card is meant to send someone special to me, a message of love. My aunt Ann, who at 95 is not feeling the greatest and needed something bright in her world. So I made this card for her.
The blue paper ribbon/cord was wrapped around the matching blue paper before sticking it to the card front. A gold swirl is from one of my die cutting shapes (made by using metallic paper) and partially sits under the popped up flower picture.
I matted the flower picture in matching blue and green papers to the outside border of this card. The actual drawing comes from the sample backing sheet of a child's coloring activity book. You know, the ones with the black velvet that you get at your local craft stores. I had this (as well as other images) that I set aside to use one day. I added sparkly metallic pens to the drawing and made it have more depth with shading. A white pearl jewel sticks on to the center of the pink flower as added dimension. And I'd like to point out the bumble bee flying around the top. Just in case you missed it.
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Written by Jennifer Quilty for Tamm's Marketplace. Published for 2/18/18.