Here is my second piece for Country View Crafts challenge, to create something in 30 minutes or less.
I started with some sturdy, mixed media paper from a pad and, using Christine Adolph Adhesive rub ons, added coppery toned gilding flakes.
Next, I sprayed the surface lightly with water and sprinkled some Infusions, Golden Sands and Orange county sparingly.
I stamped the image with Black Archival. She is Paperartsy minis MN10.
To finish, I blended some Distress inks, Vintage Photo, Victorian Velvet and Frayed Burlap.
Gold leaf pen edging and mounted onto Brown card before adding to my Kraftcard.
Vintage, Kraft base, Infusions and metallic shine... everything I love in a single card! So I guess I'm biased but I think this is beautiful Hazel!ReplyDelete
A very beautiful card and the gold leaf adds just the right finishing touch to itReplyDelete
Love Chrissie xx
Looks lovely on the Kraftcard Hazel. Like the gentle use of the Infusions.ReplyDelete
Amazing you created this work of art in less than 30 minutes! Gorgeous; love that gilding!ReplyDelete
I adore this Hazel. The wonderful golden tones with the gold are gorgeous. Lovely to meet up with you yesterday, hope your trip home was uneventful xxxReplyDelete
A wonderful piece! Amazing to think you did it in 30minutes.... Love the gold highlights, such a wonderful combo with the other colours and vintage feel of this piece!ReplyDelete
Oh, just gorgeous! Love the golden tones, made even stronger by that touch of gilding. I see from Brenda's post that I'm missing you at Stitches too (I'm there tomorrow, Tuesday) - bah!ReplyDelete
Hazel, your 30 min background is worth well over 30 bucks! Love it to pieces! Great card. Hugs, AutumnReplyDelete
This is wonderful Hazel, great choice of stamp and I love the gilding! It was great to see you yesterday, I hope we can catch up again some time xxReplyDelete
She's beautiful Hazel!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Hazel! So elegant! Love the image and the golden effects.ReplyDelete
Love your card, Hazel! The gilding is very elegant - you don´t need more embellishing there!ReplyDelete