Cloisonne

Such an interesting challenge over at CAS Mix Up hosted by Susan. I have to give this Cloisonne technique a try. I used some pattern paper, 2 different ones …just for fun. I first stamped the image on my card base, and the two pattern papers. I fussy cut and paper pieced onto the card to then gold heat emboss, thus ending up with two cards. The top of the cards were trimmed with a MFT stitched basic edge die and I added the floral pattern rectangle for the interior of the cards. A little stencilling was added for interest.

Hope you are well, do take care, HUGz Joanna.

Supplies Studio Light stamp; Lavinia stencil, MFT border die, Delicata ink, gold EP.

8 thoughts on “Cloisonne

  1. Perfection! Love your sweet faux cloisonne flower, Joanna! The background is so pretty with the stenciling. And LOVE that cut corner that reveals the pretty paper inside. Awesome, my friend! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx

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  2. So pleased you were able to join in our faux cloisonne CAS Mix Up fun this month, Joanna:-) Love your faux cloisonne pretty gold heat embossed flower with your PP. Love your corner die cut that shows a bit of the inside of your pretty card. TFS and you stay safe and healthy too, my friend. Love and Hugs..Nancy

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  3. This is so elegant, Joanna! What a sweet little cloisonné bloom! I love the bit of stenciling and the lovely corner treatment! It’s so good to see you at CAS Mix Up!

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  4. This looks fabulous, I love how you have paper pieced before stamping and heat embossing it give such an interest look, very clever. Love that corner detail too and lovely stencilled background. So nice to see you in the CAS Mix Up gallery too xx

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