For my lime green panel, I distressed it using Papertrey Ink Limeade Ice ink pad, to get the light green look
sorta like the blouse of what the model is wearing. I have to wait for a few minutes then adhere all the
elements on my panel.
Here is the view of card when it hits the light "shimmer" of the card panel here. This card panel originally is cream but was easily transpose to a light lime green color after the distress.
I got this Shimmer cardstock from Michaels by Recollection section of paper pads....just in case you would like to purchase it.
I used vellum on my flowers, leaves, and sentiment on this card. I first embossed my vellum with
white embossing powder using the background stamp then fuzzy cut. For the leaves after cutting
I then colored it with YG95 copic marker.
Also if you would look close at the middle of the flower I inked that using Color Box
pigment ink Frost White. I just used a Q-tip to dabbed the color on the middle of the flowers.
As for the middle of the flowers were added with Antique Copper Microbeads from Michaels
As for the sentiment I used the Antique Goldembossing powder from Ranger.
The scallop at the bottom of the card is cut with Heart border diefrom Papertrey Ink. The lime paper
is from Michaels as well.
Here's another look of the card.
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