Happy Humpday ya'll! As you read this, I am sitting in my second day of mandatory QA training, and I'm just having a blast! *insert sarcasm* Unfortunately, it's required that all Rembrandt employees be certified, so this is what I'll be doing for the rest of this week. Hopefully, I'll pass my test, so I can be certified. I don't really want to have to do this again. lol
I made this card last night, and really like the simplicity of it.
The crumpled paper flower was purchased from rettajane on Etsy. She makes these, and they're beautiful! Very good quality. So, I wanted to emboss the patterned paper, but after I did that you couldn't really see the embossing for the pattern itself. I decided to go over the embossed dots with my sander, and this is the result. I LOVE IT! In real life, it looks like the dots are magnified. It's really cool. Not sure why I hadn't thought of this idea before, but now I'm going to try it again. :-)
I'm happy to enter this into the following challenges.
Seize The Sketch #26: Sketch (my loose interpretation, I flipped it)
The Paper Players #208: Calypso Coral, Blushing Bride, Hello Honey & Basic Gray
Papertake Weekly: Spots & Dots
I will be back soon with another something crafty.
Have a great day!
What's In It?
Paper: SU Whisper White, Basic Gray, Calypso Coral & Blushing Bride cardstock, SU In Color Designer Series paper
Stamps: Simon Says Stamp On Edge
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink
Accessories: SU Large Polka Dot embossing folder, Martha Stewart White Lace, May Arts Twine