LIM #383

Capture d_écran 2018-10-27 à 11.47.56The Less is More Challenge #383 wants dimension.  So I die-cut and layered this lovely Alexandra Renke Magic Poppy, 4 times, in red card stock.  Then I filled the apertures with molding paste, added ruby red EP and heat embossed while still wet.  The final white die-cut was heat embossed with Glitz EP and pasted over top.  This is for a special friend who just retired so I added beads and flower sequins.  The sentiment “Une Pensée pour Toi” (A thought for you) was stamped in smokey grey Versafine.

Thanks for stopping by, HUGz, JoannaIMG_3280 - copieIMG_3279 - copie

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9 thoughts on “LIM #383

  1. What an unique idea to use that paste inside your die cut! This technique has given the embellishment almost factory-made feel, greta job! Love all the white space and the simple layout. Thanks for joining us at Less Is More!

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  2. Ooooh ! J’adore ! Toujours aussi belle, tout en finesse et légèreté. Ce rouge dimensionnel est superbe sur le blanc. Magnifique aussi le petit fil avec les perles de rocailles. C’est toujours un plaisir pour les yeux de découvrir tes cartes. Merci de partager et de jouer avec nous à Less is More.

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  3. Gorgeous texture and shine from the red embossing of the modeling paste Jo! The string of beads adds a special touch of elegance to your card. xx

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  4. Love the way you used the modelling paste and the embossing powders together and what a fabulous effect. The layering of the die cut looks fantastic, along with the beads and the grey sentiment stamping. A unique and beautiful card x.

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  5. What a beautiful flower, my friend! Wonderful dimension and color and the tiny beads add extra elegance! The textured cardstock adds even more dimension! Looks like a winner to me!

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