Here is the second of five cards for this One Sheet Wonder Project. The background paper was made using the White Outline Techinque and Twinkling H2O watercolors. Click here for easy directions on how to do the White Outline Technique.
This giant flower was created by layering several different sized flowers from my stash together. The pearl brad in the center holds all the layers together nicely. I used a little green ribbon to create the illusion of leaves.
And here's the inside of the card. It's so easy to jazz up the inside by just adding a strip of background paper scrap.
Once I share the other three cards with this project, I will add a post showing the whole project.
Paper: Marco's watercolor paper, Coral and Banana Cardstock
Accessories: Pearl brad, Assorted Flowers, grosgrain ribbon
This is the first card of my second One Sheet Wonder project this week. I used a card sketch from last week's Card Positioning Systems challenge which is pictured on the right. I'm too late to add it to their links but that's okay. Better late than never.
I made the background paper for this project using the White Outline Technique again. It's so easy and makes such a beautiful background. Click here for easy directions. I used Twinking H2O watercolors and it gives it a beautiful shimmer.
I was able to make 5 cards with this one sheet of handmade background paper and I'll be sharing them all as well as the whole project.