Today I have a pretty card to share with you, which I made to showcase the beautiful Filigree Facade Frame Etched Dies. These dies form part of the Make A Scene Collection designed by Becca Feeken, which she kindly sent to me to use.
The large intricate die-cut background provides the perfect delicate backdrop for cards and 3D projects. I used it here to support an equally pretty set of dies called the Double Halo Oval Etched Dies.
I am very partial to feminine pink and white cards, and decided to offset this colour scheme with accents of gold.
The pink mulberry paper roses are from my crafty stash, as is the wooden heart, which was originally white. I coloured it with a pink alcohol marker pen and heat set some glitter to make it sparkle; another little feminine touch. The gold leafy dies are from this month's Amazing Paper Grace May Die of the Month which are proving to be very useful for adding pretty leafy texture to my cards.
Again, as with my last post, it just goes to show how mixing and matching dies from different die sets can create some pretty and unique designs. None of your designs need ever look the same because variety is the spice of life!
I love the Filigree Facade Frame Etched Dies. They are the perfect base if you enjoy making 5x7 greetings cards.
Well that's it for today folks. Thanks for looking !
Stay safe and stay crafty.
Be for now.
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