I have something really fun to share with you. Take a look...
All of the cardstock was white or black. I got those great colors with Lindy's Stamp Gang (LSG) sprays and embossing powders! They are so awesome! I feel a new product addiction coming on . LOL Lindy's products have pigment color and a different color mica powders. When you look at them one way you see the vivid color and then as you turn it you see a beautiful shimmer in another fabulous color.
I'm not sure if you can tell from this picture, but the handmade paper rose was sprayed with LSG Cheshire Cat Cherry. I embossed the ends of the petals with LSG Razzleberry Plum embossing powder. It is pink but as you turn it you can see the hints of purple. (It is so cool)
I used the luscious LSG Tibetan Poppy Teal for the handmade turquoise flowers and the embossed panel in the background. (it is my new favorite color ever)
I used my diamond edge rectangle cut file for the lacy mat and sprayed the embossed panel with Silent Night Silver. I just love the way the shimmery goodness pools in the recessed areas.
For the leaves I stained the white cardstock with TH Distress Stain in Bundled Sage then heat embossed it with LSG Silver Moon Turquoise.
The small fringed flowers are sprayed with LSG Creme Brulee Cream and a hint of Cheshire Cat Cherry.
I am entering this card in the Lindy's Stamp Gang Color challenge.
Be sure and check out Lindy's Stamp Gang site to see all their yummy products.