I love this colour combination. It's a mix of inks, card and scrap paper.
I sploshed a little Distress Ink in Pumice stone and Festive berries onto a piece of card before spritzing with water then die cutting the flowers (by Alexandra Renke) when dry. For the squares, I simply daubed a little Pumice Stone ink randomly onto the card before die cutting.
To compose the card I began by stamping some grunge dots before layering the die cuts over each other and adding a little fine twine bow. The sentiment from Avery Elle was stamped onto a piece of scrap paper/card from the middle of a roll of wrapping paper and embossed in white.
The Flower Challenge - Anything Goes
I remember from my teaching days the wonderful stories by Barbara Firth and also by David Bedford about a Big Bear and Little Bear and this stamp set from mama Elephant makes me think of those stories.
They each love the other to the Moon and Back!
I layered the die cuts and because the bear has a grey outline (Memento London Fog), I decided to add a grey base layer to the stacked word die cuts and offset it slightly so it can just be seen.
Both parts were liberally sprinkled with Glamour Dust. I started off with the bears stamped directly onto the card, but it looked rather out of place against the dimension of the sentiment, so I stamped another and added it on dimensional pads over the first image.
Die Cut Words