It’s Hip to be a Square
You guessed it, I did a fourth card of the technique that Jennifer McGuire taught yesterday. I started with some chocolate brown cardstock, cut, scored and folded to a 6inch square card. I used Walnut Stain Distress ink to stamp Classic Fabric (Hero Arts) on the base cardstock, for some tone on tone colour. Using watercolour paper, I stamped the flower (Hero Arts) three times in Frost White ink, and used white EP. After heat setting, I used Antique Linen, Fired Brick and Vintage Photo Distress inks to get the look I wanted. I then gave a short spray of shimmer spray to add some shine. Once all that was dry, I trimmed the flowers to size, and off mounted them on some shimmer cardstock (DCWV). I ran some cream and brown ribbon along the top of the card. I foam mounted the flowers to the red cardstock. I adhered the three flower squares to the card base. Taking some vanilla cardstock (Bazzil) I stamped the sentiment (Studio G) with Fired Brick Distress ink, and used a Marvy 2 inch circle punch to punch out the sentiment. I used two layers of foam tape to adhered the circle to the card base.