(2015 c45) Faux Textured Metal paper

I was so happy when Jennifer McGuire demonstrated a method called Faux Textured Metal Paper. I followed her video using Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Peacock Feathers, Pickled Raspberry, Cracked Pistachio, Abandoned Coral, Shaded Lilac and Fossilized Amber, Then went over with white Perfect Pearls powder to achieve the metal look. I then Embossed with Butterfly Flower by Darice, which can be found at Classy Cards n Such.

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To finish it off I added Thinking of You die from Sizzix Sizzlits Card Phrases Set cut out of Adhesive backed Pale Pink Glitter cardstock by Recollections found at Michaels.

Challenges Entered:

ClassyCardsNSuch: Challenge #96  – add texture by using an embossing folder (Using a CCNS product)

SimonSaysStamp:  (Wed) Anything Goes

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5 Comments

  1. Verna Angerhofer

    I love your card. That is great colors and a great folder you used.

  2. What a beautiful card, and it looks so elegant with the embossing folder you used. Your colors blend so well. Thank you so much for joining us for our weekly challenge at Classy Cards ‘n Such. I hope you will join us again soon!
    Mindy~CCNS~DT

  3. Wow, what a beautiful card and technique..pretty colors!! Thank you for joining us at Classy cards ‘n Such for our “Textures” challenge!
    Diane CCNS DT

  4. So pretty, I love your amazing background. Great job. Thank you for joining us for the Classy Cards N Such challenge.

  5. winnb1

    Wow – love the shine you have created! Thanks for joining us in this challenge at Classy Cards ‘n Such.

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