White and Gold!

Hello!

The inspiration from the Runway Inspired Challenge this time is beyond words! I feel like I can make a card everyday, just by looking at those beautiful selections from the DT! 🙂

But now, for (another) inspired card –

White and Gold!

It can’t get simpler than this! I first stamped and clear heat embossed a card panel using the Just Rite Victorian Tile stamp. I then inked it all over using the Brilliance Galaxy Gold. The ink didn’t stick on the embossed area and gave a delicate gold sheen to the exposed area. 🙂

White and Gold! (close up)

I then die cut a couple of flowers using Spellbinders Blossom die cut, cut the petals a little more and inked the same gold all over. After curling the petals ends a little, I adhered them and added a pearl in the center. I also die cut a larger flower from the center of the embossed panel and foam mounted this on the card base and then adhered the flower in the center of the negative die cut. I also added little pearls on each of the petal corners (is that what you call them??)

I then stamped the sentiment from the Winnie and Walter Big And Bold stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black ink on a scrap piece of card stock, trimmed it and foam mounted it on the card.

I am submitting this to Runway Inspired Challenge #71

Thanks for looking! 🙂

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6 thoughts on “White and Gold!

  1. Absolutely stunning – that gold rubbed onto the panel is just such a brilliant detail and totally makes the card! Thanks for strutting your stuff with us at Runway Inspired Challenge!

  2. Wow, you sure have been busy! The background is just exquisite…I’ve got to try that! Thanks so much for honoring Oscar de la Renta with us on the Runway!

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