Have you tried marbling your paper yet?
I have had the
I've got a story to tell of this card.
I needed a sympathy card and pulled this out of my stash.
It had a stamped and cut out cross on it.
But the color of the cross looked off compared to the card base.
(I'm sure I used the same color ink as card but I'm thinking maybe not!)
I didn't feel like I could send it like that so I pulled the cross of the card
and put it aside for another day.
I wasn't sure what to put on the embossed piece.
Since our challenge this month at CAS Mix Up is Marbling,
I had several pieces on hand from my play with shaving cream and re-inkers.
So I die cut these little butterflies from a piece of marbled paper and
put them on the card.
But wait! Where in the world am I to put some stamping?
A NBUS stamp set from Technique Tuesday caught my eye.
I wanted something subtle so I stamped with some VersaMark ink.
And I loved it!
I hope you do too.
So I used Stamping, Marbling, Die Cuts and Dry Embossing.
There's still time to join us at
CAS Mix Up
Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.
Stamps: Wildflowers (TT)
Paper: Baja Breeze, Whisper White (SU), Coated paper for marbling
Other: Shaving Cream, Marina Mist Re-inker (SU), Isabella and Pippi Butterfly Dies (MB), Basic Pearls (SU), Square Lattice EF (retired SU)