Saturday, April 11, 2015

Reverse Layers -featuring the Creative Cafe' Kit- Good Times to Follow!

Hi Everyone and Happy Spring!!
Today's card is a simple pretty card full of layers - I'm using the featured stamp set Vintage Findings included in this month's Creative Cafe' kit, Good Times to Follow.  




 This time, I reverse layered the top two colors and I've popped them up over my stamped image to add to the over depth of the card.
I stamped my image using the beautiful rose from the Vintage Findings set included in your kit, I stamped it on white with Memento London fog- and colored with copics.  I created a mask and using the London Fog again, I stamped the rose again at different angles around my colored image.  I took my sponge dauber, and inked with Distressed Ink- Pumice Stone; I sponged all around the outside of the colored rose to fill and add shadows, and depth to the image.

 
I cut another smaller accent circle - and stamped my sentiment 'enjoy the little things' on a double-fish tailed banner, the center of the banner was popped with dimensional adhesives, I curled the ends down and up - to create some movement.  Enamel dots from the kit, were added to the green 1" circle, to tie it all together.
  
It's hard to see but in the close-up picture above, if you look closely you can see the rest of my sentiment 'smile' stamped in Memento's London Fog.  
I used my white Uni-ball Signo pen to add some dots and interest to the colored Rose.

Here's one more look at my finished card, and thanks for stopping by today! 

I hope you're finding some inspiration this month and have your kits out to 
get busy creating some fun of your own!
Supplies:
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe' - Creative Cafe' Kit- Good Times to Follow- featuring Vintage Findings 
Paper:  The Rubber Cafe' - Creative Cafe' Kit- Good Times to Follow- featuring Echo Park's Jack and Jill 6x6 pad.
Inks:  The Rubber Cafe'- Memento London Fog; Ranger Distress Ink- Pumice Stone; Copic markers; Uni-ball Signo White gel pen
Adhesives: Dimensional pop dots
Embellishments: Enamel dots from the kit
Tools:  Spellbinders- Classic circle dies in 3 sizes

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