The Card Concept has their pink challenge. Details can be found here:http://thecardconcept.blogspot.ca/2016/11/card-concept-61-pretty-in-pink.html
Participants were asked to pick a style. Without a doubt this card is Mixed Media. It also I think falls in the category of Classy and Elegant. Drum roll please!
This hot pink card stock has been gathering dust in my playroom. I used all the purples that had come in the package which is the only reason I had bought the package.
Years ago I received a package from The North Pole. In that package was QuicKutz Holiday theme kit which includes the GooseBumpz embossing die which I used for my sentiment. I wiped Stazon Cherry Pink ink over the letters before embossing. Since my embossing faded into the background I decided to adhere it to a piece of gold paper. Opps! I forgot that my dot tape shows so ended up cutting adhesive gem strings in half to use to cover where the dots showed through.
I tried foiling the High Hopes Snow Kisses stamp from their new release. Alas even following instruction from a video I still could not get the foiling to come out right. Since I had success stamping using Precious Metal Classic Gold leafing medium I stamped with that.
I used orange and yellow glaze pens to color the birds and then finished coloring them with pencils.
For the snow I use my finger and Spackle. (A lot cheaper than many of the products in the crafting aisles.) Then sprinkled glitter while still wet.
I used chalk and my finger to color around the image. Then I free cut out the image and used a emery board to smooth rough edges. Then inked the edge with Teal Blue Stazon Ink.
I'm also entering this in the One Crazy Stamper challenge for this month. Who knows maybe Random Org will pick me again. A girl can always hope. ;-) Details can be found here and this is a month long challenge.
Have you used flocking in any creations? What supplies you can get from a hardware store have you used in your crafting?
Thank you for stopping by. Wishing you Happy Frugal Crafting till we meet again!