This card was made using the cut out frame left over from the card in the last post. If you haven't seen it then this was white card that has been coloured with the new Mica Magic Spring set from John Next Door.
Mica Magic doesn't just colour card, it will work on many different surfaces, including vellum. The flowers were cut in vellum using the Cornflower die set and the corresponding leaves. Both flowers and leaves were coloured with the mica, for a stronger colour work on the front and for a paler colour work on the back of the vellum.
To mount up on a white card blank I used some bright green card that was a close match to one of the mica colours. On top of this I used some pink Craft Artist glitter card covered with a die cut layer of a sort of squashed berry colour, again similar to one of the mica colours used. The berry and glitter layer was mounted on 1mm foam while the rainbow frame was mounted on 2mm foam tape over the berry card leaving a border showing.
Once the frame was in place I was able to add the flowers and leaves to pop out from within the frame, filling in the open areas on the berry card.
This card has used up some offcuts and a few new bits, it's a good way to make great use of what you've already got on your work bench from previous projects.
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
C.R.A.F.T. - #623 New
Watercooler Wednesday - #332 All Things Feminine
Try It On Tuesday - In With The New
Cut It Up - #243 Anything Goes
Creative Fingers - #222 Anything Goes
Hi Rocky this is a gorgeous card. I just love it. Take care. Hugs JackieReplyDelete
Thank you so much for entering our challenge this week at CRAFT Challenge, looking forward to see you again next challenge.
Hugs Sheryl xx CRAFT DT
So pretty and eye-catching Rocky!! I love the beautiful colours and the clever design. Thanks so mcuh for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge. Stay safe! :)ReplyDelete
I love it when leftovers and scraps can be used to make something awesome like the birthday card you created. It makes me think of watching fireworks through a window!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your awesome project with us at Cut it Up!
The Mica magic really does make those flowers shine. I love this card. Thank you so much for joining us at Try It On Tuesday, ChrisxReplyDelete