& here is a close-up of the vintage button, which has it's own specially coloured "Mossy Meadow" baker's twine, courtesy of a little colouring from the lightest shade of the Old Olive Blendibilities markers:-
& here is a shot of the layered trim so you can see what a perfect match the coloured twine is to the Mossy Meadow ribbon!
The last few cards I have posted have been rather CAS, so I went to town on this card! I brayered the background DSP with Crumb Cake ink to soften the starkness of the white hexagon print (from the Moonlight DSP Stack) against the vanilla cardstock. While I had the brayer out, I coated my hexagon embossing folder with ink & used it to "stamp" my background panel. I added a punched edge to the vanilla panel & layered up the three trims. This whole panel is lifted on dimensionals.
The flowers were stamped with Rich Razzleberry & Blackberry Bliss in varying combinations & levels of saturation. The leaves were stamped with Old Olive & Mossy Meadow. The flowers & leaves were fussy cut & layered with dimensionals onto the card, then given a liberal sprinkling of tiny pearls.
To colour the trim, I laid some white baker's twine onto a piece of wax paper & used the side of the brush nib of the Blendibility marker to colour it. I set it aside to dry for a while before using it.
I really enjoyed all the processes involved in this card & am very happy with the outcome. Thanks for the inspiration, Sandy!
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All Stampin' Up!, as listed above
(Razzleberry satin ribbon is retired)