More Dandelions

These cards by Lauralee are slightly different than the ones I shared here in the previous post. It does however show the versatility of the Rosewood Dandelion stamp.

The image was stamped and embossed in white on the reverse side of the vellum and highlighted with white ink. I don’t know who the sentiment is from but it also is stamped and embossed in white. The vellum was layered onto the base card and some sewing store pearls added to accent the corners.

For this card, Lauralee stamped and embossed the image in white on the base card. She layered a piece of vellum over the stamped images and wrapped it with coordinating ribbon. A very simple yet elegant card.

These 2 cards show similar layouts to today’s cards and yesterday’s cards. The green card is stamped and embossed on the reverse of the acetate (both images are Rosewood stamps). A bit of coordinating ribbon and you are done. The blue card uses the same technique as the red (pink?) card above. The scarf yarn adds a nice fluffy look to the card. The faux stitching was created with a white Uniball pen. Sorry I don’t know the origin of the sentiment of this card either.

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