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A Recipe for Mom

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Welcome friends!  Happy Saturday to you!  I’m glad you stopped by today.  It’s time for another challenge at Our Creative Corner and this week’s challenge is by Anne Marie Hile.  She has called it “A Recipe for Mom” and it’s to create a project for Mother’s Day using the following recipe:  Embossing (wet or dry), Ribbon, Buttons or Brads, and Watercoloring.

The embossing is really hard to see on this.  I used a versamarker and added some Iridescent Ice Embossing powder to the tips of the Tulips.  It looks more like stickles but I assure you it is a heat emboss (although stickles would work, just not for this challenge!).

Here’s What I Used:
Stamps:  Digi Stamp, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper:  Blushing Bride & DSP, Whisper White, Vellum cs,
Ink:  Basic Gray,  Blushing Bride, Garden Green, Wild Wasabi,
Accessories:  Framelits, Organza Ribbon, Misc button, Crop-a-dile, Copic B000, Versamarker, heat tool, Iridescent Ice, Aqua Painter,

Come take the challenge with us and be sure to check out what the rest of the OCC Design Team has created. If you upload to SCS, use the keyword OCCC. If you would like to be considered for the Top Talent award, be sure you link back to the OCC post by 11:59pm EST next Friday. Happy creating!

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4 thoughts on “A Recipe for Mom

  1. Wendy, this is stunning! I love the soft colors, the hint of sparkle and your shading on that image is GORGEOUS! Wow! The vellum layer and the organza ribbon add the perfect touch of softness. This is such a wonderful Mother’s Day card, in every way. Hope you had a great day! Hugs! 🙂

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  2. Very pretty card. Love the vellum panel and soft colors.

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  3. This is gorgeous, Wendy. Love the soft colours and the vellum is a lovely touch.

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  4. Great stitching…it always catches my eye first…lol! I love your coloration and color palette…perfect for mom!!!

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