Wheat reverse confetti

Since I’ve been busy gardening lately I’m optimizing my crafting afternoon playing with several challenges: CAS(E) this sketch #377; Color Throwdown Challenge #598 (gold aqua and pink); Less is More #422 (solid and outline) and finally the embossed vellum challenge over at CAS Mix Up!

The card base was dry embossed with the MFT’s rectangle peek a boo window die. Some iridescent medium was added to the window. The Reverse Confetti wheat die set (solid & outline) were used to the gold heat embossed aqua and pink vellum with the IO crackle cover a die stamp. The outline was die cut in gold foil paper. A gold thread held this duo together and the card should be perfect for several occasions.

Thank you so much for stopping by, HUGz, Joanna

13 thoughts on “Wheat reverse confetti

  1. Wow ! Stunning take on our challenge, Joanna ! Love how you combined all the challenges to make this beautiful card. Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More.

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  2. Great inspiration from the challenges and a wonderful CAS card. The leaves look so pretty and the little square with the iridescent medium looks so pretty. A beautiful card for many occasions x.

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  3. Wow…Beautiful dry embossed die cut square background for your Stunning stamped and die cut leaves with the crackle embossing. Gorgeous texture and yes will be perfect for many occasions. TFS Joanna. Love and Hugs…Nancy

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  4. Oh Joanna this is fabulous. The stitched die embossing is perfect to frame those gorgeous leaves. The gold embossing really sets them off and the thread is a lovely touch. Thank you for sharing with us at Less is More,Lynne x

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  5. Wow is this ever classy! The gold embossed leaves over your background is just exquisite! I would just love to watch you work and design! This is just gorgeous!

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