I was in need of some extra birthday cards and my assistant, Peggy Tassler, created these pretty cards featuring products from the Mosaic Mood suite.
Background Basics—This card begins with a 2" x 5-1/2" strip of the beautiful leaves pattern from the Mosaic Mood Specialty Designer Series Paper adhered to a Thick Whisper White card base. This paper is AMAZING! Not only does it have a beautiful mosaic style pattern on every double-sided sheet, but one side of each sheet has a shiny clear finish on the colored blocks, making it appear like REAL ceramic mosaic pieces! It's Too Cool!
Humming Birds—Peggy hand-cut the beautiful hummingbirds from the DSP with super-share Paper Snips and popped them up with Dimensionals.
Finishing Touches—Next, Peggy added a Painted Glass sentiment in Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I love the look of that formal font with the mosaics! A great combination! She finished by adding a couple of Rhinestone Jewels colored with the Dark Daffodil Stampin' Blends Marker. Done! If you don't mind a little fussy-cutting, this is a great one to make a whole stack of cards!
Two Cool—Peggy's second card really highlights the gorgeous Mosaic Mood Designer Series Paper. She adhered a 5-1/8" x 3-7/8" piece of the rose pattern DSP onto a 5-1/4" x 4" piece of Garden Green cardstock, then mounted it to a Terracotta Tile card base.
Hummingbird—Peggy fussy-cut one of the glossy hummingbirds from the DSP, then mounted it onto Whisper White cardstock and fussy-cut around that, leaving a little border, and popped it up with Dimensionals. I love how that helps the bird stand out against the pretty background. You can really see the spectacular glossy finish on this specialty paper in this photo. So awesome!
Sweet Sentiment—Peggy stamped a sentiment from Beautiful Day in Terracotta Tile ink onto a 3-1/2" x 1" piece of So Saffron cardstock. She banner cut the end of the piece then attached it with SNAIL adhesive. She finished with a couple of large Pearl Jewels up in the right-hand corner. So pretty!
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