Artist Trading Card Daily – 85

March 26, 2015 — 2 Comments

Teabag folding. That’s what went through my mind for this artist trading card creation.

But that’s about all. So this is what I created.

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I was quite anxious when I was putting this together as I thought it was going to be quite sparse and not really come across as finished however once I had popped the last little gem on, I was surprisingly happy with it.

For the background I again used one of the tags from the Artemio tag kit and chopped off the top bit. I layered this onto some coordinating cardstock and some white embossed cardstock.

For the pink pennant I used one of the strip stickers from the Artemio tag kit and chopped a little v into it and then stuck it down.

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For the teabag folded topper I used some polka dot paper and chopped out eight squares. I whipped through the folding process and created the medallion. It was a little “off colour” when it was finished so I brushed it with some distress ink to shabby it up.

The photo actually shows it was much more green than it is but it still works I think.

This was then stuck into the middle of the pennant.

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Finally I applied gems at the corners and then a cluster of them in the centre of the medallion.

I’m still questioning this one in my mind … what do you think?

As always, if you have any comments or questions about this post then please feel free to use the comments section below. Also, If you know of anyone that would appreciate reading this post, there are handy sharing icons below.

Many thanks for taking the time to read about my little creations.

I’ll see you again soon!

J :)

 

2 responses to Artist Trading Card Daily – 85

  1. 

    Hi John

    I love it, totally agree with Collette, not too fussy and not too plain- a perfect balance. The colours match beautifully, It reminds me a little of a brooch or a fancy clasp on a bag. Very classy.

    Hugs

    T x

    Like

  2. 

    like it, not too fussy and yet not plain

    Like

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