After I had embossed the pale pink and yellow patterned paper, I decided I like the subtlety of the back side better than the deep detail of the front, so I ran a second sheet of the same paper through the embossing folder so the right side of the paper showed the wrong side of the embossing. (There's no rule you have to do things "the right way," right? LOL)
Here's the end result...
Because the digital collage has a basket of flowers and roses beneath it, I keep the floral decoration on the card to a single pink rose on top of a couple pink bows...used a pearl spray in lieu of the usual pearl flourish...and tucked a tiny sentiment tag into a painted and embellished memo pin...
The frame around the digital collage is adhered to the card with foam tape...the collage itself is popped up again from the frame for even more dimension...
I couldn't find the right wider lace to run across the front, so I "made" one by running two lengths of narrow scalloped lace with the straight edges meeting in the middle, and ran a double row of pearls across the "seam" to hide it...
Patterned papers: Melissa Frances Pearl (pink); Prima Divine collection (green dot)
Punches: Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace and Medium Branch
Dies: Spellbinders Opulent Ovals Embossing folder: Cuttlebug Geometric Rings
Lace: TheFunkieJunkie.com Paper rose & pearl spray: local craft store Pearls: Recollections
Tim Holtz Memo Pin Hug snug seam binding
Digital collage elements:
Music paper: FreeVintageDigiStamps.blogspot.com
Hexagon grid: PrintablePaper.net
Pink paper: Memory Makers Wild Sorbet
Flower basket and roses: VintageImages.org
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