Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Playing with Paper Players

I cannot remember the last time I created a card with a Wedding theme but it was fun to think of something to go along with the Paper Players "Wedded Bliss" challenge.
 I just got a new stamp set from Mama Elephant. I feel in love with this beauty as soon as I saw some of the creations using it.  I knew I could try to create an elegant look that would be fitting for "Best Wishes" to the new couple or an anniversary greeting.
 I embossed the image with silver embossing powder on watercolor paper.  I then added simple coloring with some Distress Stains, using plenty of water to keep the colors subtle.  I added a few splatters and stamped that middle piece separately and then added it with foam tape for dimension.  I cut a little banner from vellum with my Reverse Confetti die, stamping that with a little sentiment from Mama Elephant.  
 Here is the Paper Players challenge.
This also fits the Less is More challenge to use more then one stamp.
And for a fun photo...
One of our cute fur babies!
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)


  1. Gorgeous! The watercoloring behind the embossed image is beautiful and I love the center medallion too. This stamp IS a beauty! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

  2. Lovely card Linda
    Margaret (Guest Designer LIM)

  3. Great stamping and a very intricate image too. Lovely colours and layout.
    Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

  4. This is beautiful, love the subtle colors you picked for the silver embossed doily :)

  5. So, so pretty! Love how you watercolored the background. I must try this technique sometime. Thanks for playing along with my challenge this week at The Paper Players, Linda!

  6. What a beautiful intricate stamp - your silver embossing is perfect! Love the soft watercolour background too.

  7. It is an interesting stamp. I bet it's got a fabulous texture under the fingers! Great card...cool puppy too!

  8. This is fabulous stamping... we do like to see few layers... but it is simply gorgeous!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  9. What a stunning stamp and perfectly embossed! Would love to see something a bit more CAS made with it, do join us again at Less is More when you can!
    Thank you for joining us this week at Less is More
    Anne LIM Designer