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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Blue and Gold Filigree Card

Excuse how crooked this photo is. We might be the first to see the sun rise in the US way down on the east coast of Maine, but we are also the first to see it set. I put this under a lamp and practically stood on my head to take the photo. It also made the gold on the filigree look green, when it is the same color gold as the shading in the dies.

I used my metal filigrees again to emboss this card, and used an assortment of Noor!, Creatables and Spellbinders dies to make the design. The blue and white papers were shaded with gold and Broken China inks. I don't have the distress ink pad, just the bottle with the sponge dauber in it, so I used a Fantastix to do the Broken China shading. It isn't as smooth as it would have been if I'd had an ink pad.

All the square layers were outlined with a gold pen, and I used another gold pen to add little gold dots to the scallops on the Creatable circle. Then I added blue and white Liquid Pearls.


JD said...

Very pretty, Kathi, I especially like the center design in this card...

Marie-Louise said...

Gorgeous Kathi. I do love those corners. The whole card is really lovely. You mentioned in your last post about linking cards - well I have to admit I must be the only person in blogland who does not know how to link cards.

Sasha said...

Gorgeous, Kathi. Love the design and colours! x