Good Tuesday morning! I’ve got one more Wendy Vecchi inspired card today. I can’t say that this is going to be my last one . . . because I’m having way too much fun making these! I’m absolutely relishing the fact that I finished 3 cards yesterday and typically it takes me close to 2 days to finish a project anymore. I even like the idea that they are completely flat and easy to mail . . . AND THE BEST PART . . . they are still mixed media!
That’s it . . . mixed media on a mini canvas . . . easy peasy lemony squeezy!
Plus because I’ve been using Spellbinders™ Matting Basics Die Templates for die cutting the paper I’m working on, then using another for the card base, all the guess work is taken away. I’m telling you . . . . a quick (less than 10 minute die cutting) card! For my stenciling I’m taping down the die template to the paper and using a stencil brush to add the ink . . . it can’t get any easier!
While waiting for Kate to pick up Hadlee today the idea for this one came to me. Well actually, I was napping and Mallory was messing with Hadlee . . . the flowers (Inspired by Nature) and some of the background stamping (Sanded Background) are old SU favorites that I keep hanging onto. The sentiment “Thanks” is from Quietfire Design – Thank You (set of 4), and was stamped in Archival Jet Black.
Once again I used Broken China, Bundled Sage and Wild Honey Distress Paint for the background. The flower stamp was colored with Tombow Markers and when I misted the stamp, I accidentally picked up my Mini Mister filled with Copper Perfect Pearls . . . so, I had to add some copper splatters from my Krylon pen. The heart was stenciled with both Bundled Sage and Tumbled Glass.
That’s all for me today. Thanks for stopping by!