I wanted to post this yesterday but other things got in first and never got around to posting and earlier today my computer crashed along with the internet service. Thank goodness I have a very handy man husband who can fix almost anything (smiling). Let me clarify that he can fix almost anything that is mechanical related from computer, software and hardware; car - he never let anyone other mechanic touches our cars except during car inspection. He fixed houses. I did fix houses with him. Sssh! don't tell him that I am bragging about him.
Well, this is suppose to be some quick cards but I played around with the Stampin" pastel chalk so these cards took a little more time to make.
Here was how I created these cards. First, I brayed the debossed side of the embossing folder. Place whisper white card stock in the folder and then ran it through the big shot.
Then I used Q-tip to pick up the chalk and colored the flowers.
After I colored the flowers, I felt that the cards still needed something. I tried the rhinestone and love it! I bought these rhinestone from Joann Fabric. It was a 1 lb. bag. Do you know how many rhinestone there are? Too many to count. I was very happy with the purchased. I don't need to buy rhinestone for a LONG time! Oh, they came in different sizes.
These two cards I used vellum. I didn't really like them because after I colored the chalk came off and smeared the cards.
Hope you've enjoyed today post.