I tried a few different stamp sets, but somehow came back to the same Framed Out #11 stamp set that Heather used, although the details of the large heart were lost with the gold glitter embossing.
I alternated the white and gold embossed hearts, finishing with a small open heart from the With All My Heart stamp set.
I wasn't loving the image when I was done stamping and embossing - the Hibiscus Burst cardstock seemed to overwhelm everything. I fussy cut around the edge of the hearts - questioning my sanity halfway through - and ended up very happy with the final card.
I ended up creating a 7 x 3.5" card to fit the image, so am also linking the card to CAS-ual Fridays Challenge #86.
CFC86: Create a CAS card that has one long side and one short side.
3 x 6, 4 x 8, etc. No standard A2's for this week.
Thanks for stopping by,
This is so pretty. I love the gold with the pink. Your embossing looks great. I was fiddling around with this technique earlier, and it's harder than it looks to get crisp images like you did.ReplyDelete
Your details are so fine! Beautiful.ReplyDelete
Very cute card. I love the layered hearts and who you used the gold heart in the center.ReplyDelete
I love how it pops right off the white card! What a super cool technique.ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, I just love the gold and pink combo. Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!ReplyDelete
I love how this came out Jacquie! I always struggle with embossing powder but still hope to try sometime this week! I love the fussy cutting and how the pink pops on the white with the gold!!!!ReplyDelete
Love how this one turned out too! You did well with the challenge. I was afraid to make a mess with the double embossing. The glitter is so fun!ReplyDelete
And, I have to thank you so much for all the incredibly kind comments you've left. Thanks, friend!