It's very generic - suitable for various occasions.
I used kraft card stock, wood, paper, glimmer dust, Tsukineko All Purpose Ink (Frost White), gold thread, pearls and various layering flower dies, and ribbon, all applied to and around the gorgeously intricate Sue Wilson frame die.
I started by flicking splatters of Frost White All Purpose Ink at my Kraft card layer. I allowed that to dry. Whilst it was drying, I coated my die-cut frame in the same frost Frost White ink.
I fished out my Stamperia Dreams paper pad and cut a piece for the centre of the frame and a piece which forms the banner across the wooden heart (NB the paper pieces and the heart were also coated with the Frost White pearly ink)
It was then simply a question of forming a bit of collage around the frame and then adhering to a cream card base.
There was something really enjoyable about this casual and experimental approach to card making. It was also like a little jigsaw puzzle, pushing and moving pieces around my frame, until something just clicked and it all came to together.
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