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Hi all! Did you have fun hopping through the wonderful projects the FSS Design Team had for you? If you haven't yet you still can, just see the post below and have fun! Today I have another Fred She Said card for you, I previewed it on my new blog header above. It was originally made for a contest but I didn't get it finished in time but I still can share it here!
I used the Fred She Said Roses and leaves svg cut file and cut the flowers and leaves out in several of the shapes and sizes on my Cricut. It is easy to resize the designs and make the flowers any size you would like. The roses were cut out in red card stock and sprayed with Candy Appel Glimmer Mist which has a golden shimmer. They then were shaped, layered and glued together. The centers of the roses are black seed beads to give them even more glitz and interest. The rose leaves are cut out in black card stock and inked with gold on their edges and have embossed veins.
The wavy cut show the inside of the card when shut and there is another white gold edged layer on the inside of the card. I placed the sentiment on red, black, gold vellum scallops and circles cut with dies. White gel pen dots and black Pigma pen dots highlight the scallops along with a red crystal to accent the sentiment. With the wavy edge cut away when the card is opened you still see the sentiment embellishment. The left side of the inside has a stamped image in Distress Fired Brick accented with red crystals.
Thanks for all the comments from the blog hop, sooo encouraging!! Posting is a balancing act as to how much or not to put in a post. Some like detailed descriptions others just want to see the card! So to keep things balanced, would you please let me know in the comments what you prefer, a detailed description; less description and what kind of info? It would really help me to know just how much to put in a post and have the Goldilocks amount for everyone! As usual if you have a question about any technique or supply used just email me on the link on the sidebar and I will do my best to answer it. More projects tomorrow!
Love to hear from you!