Plume de Paon

CAS Mix Up Card September Challenge is stamping, capture-decran-2016-09-17-a-23-05-58marbling and my choice so I had to give Floating Alcohol Inks by Andy Skinner a try. Using bristol paper and alcohol inks I dunked several pieces and got a little crazy + very stained fingertips 😛 .  It produced beautiful results so I had to make another card for this month’s challenge. I die cut a peacock feather, tied white embroidery string with white beads to the root, then pasted it onto fine white Japanese paper.  The base card was dry embossed with script and a “Bonne Fête” tag was added (Happy Birthday).  Happy card making!

Thanks for stopping by, have a great week 😀img_0895

12 thoughts on “Plume de Paon

  1. TFS your gorgeous work of art Joanne. I love every single detail. Your dry eb, multicolored feather, embroidery thread embellishment and rice paper are so pretty. TFS and joining us at CAS Mix Up. Hugs, nancy


  2. OMG Joanne, every single detail is a work of art! I love your dry em script, gorgeous multi colored feather, embroidery thread embellishment on your rice paper. A real beauty. TFS and joining us at CAs MIx UP. Hugs, Nancy


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  4. Gorgeous card Joanna! Love the texture from the embossed script background … and love the airiness and delicate look of the Japanese paper layer. But it’s your feather that really steals the show … WOW … great job with marbling, and I love the added twine and beads to “dress it up”. Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx


  5. What a beautiful peacock feather, Joanna! And I love the mixed media in your background! All that texture and the creative string treatment are jaw dropping! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!


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