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Accidental Goodness / Divino Accidente


Hello everyone!

So I was trying to make a distressed matte multicolor background with some pearlescent stamped flourishes...  Didn't count with the distress ink being still wet and boom! The whole background had embossing powder and once I heated it, it became a fun, shiny paper I HAD to use... So I just let it flow. I continue to deboss it and voilá...

The colors in the picture appear more bright and intense than they really are. "In the flesh" they are way more pastel. I really like the result. Hope you like it. It's quite a simple card, but considering it was the divine result of an embossing accident, I'm happy with it.

Have a great week!


 
 
Hola a todos!

Pues estaba tratando de crear un fondo matte multicolor con algunos sellos florales aperlados... No contaba con que la tinta todavía estaba húmeda y boom! Todo el fondo se llenó de polvo para relieve y una vez que lo calenté, se convirtió en un papel divertido y brillante que TENÍA que usar... Entonces solo lo dejé fluir. Continué dándole un relieve negativo en seco y voilá...

Los colores en la foto se ven más brillantes e intensos de lo que son en verdad. "En vivo" son mucho más pasteles. Realmente me gusta el resultado. Es una tarjeta sencilla, pero considerando que fue el divino resultado de un accidente, estoy contenta con ella. Espero que les guste...

Que tengan una semana grandiosa!




Materials
Ranger distress inks in: Worn Lipstick, Spun Sugar and Broken China. 
Embossing powder in Pearlescent - Inkadinkado
Gold Labels Four, Ornamental Iron embossing folder - Spellbinders
Pigment ink in pink - Colorbox
Sentiment Stamp - My Pink Stamper
Merletto paper lace
Merletto Stickers


  

This card is participating in challenges at:
Aud Sentiments


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Comments

  1. Oooooh that's so pretty! Great work with your inks.
    Thanks for sharing it with us at MAWTT this week and good luck with the challenge
    Hugs Laurie x

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  2. Ah this is super, what a great card, I love those colours you ended up using, they are amazing. Thanks for playing on MAWTT this week, Love Hazelxox

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  3. Thank you so much Laurie and Hazel.

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  4. Stunning.

    Love the colours and layout.

    Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments

    Tracey DTxx

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