Lisa here and today I'm sharing with you a card I made using the Big Treble and Treble Clef Fri-Die along with a couple additional sets.
I started by creating a background using the Emboss/Resist method that Nora showed you in this post here. I stamped some of the Treble Clef images from the Big Treble set along with some hearts from the Peace, Love and Coffee stamp set in a sort of random pattern in Versamark and heat embossed them using white embossing powder. Then I ink blended my background with Squeezed Lemonade, Spiced Marmalade and Worn Lipstick Distress Oxides and lightly swiped over the top to wipe the ink off of the images. I decided I wanted the Treble Clef images to stand out more so I added some additional color back to just those using my Zig Clean Color Real Watercolor Brush Pens-alternating in similar colors to what I used for the background. Then I splattered some metallic watercolors over the top in pink and gold.
I fell in love with the background so I decided my sentiment should be on vellum to let as much of it show as possible. I cut my frame from vellum using the Bubble Box Fri-Dies and heat embossed in black. I have always loved this sentiment!! CAS-ual Fridays has some of the best sentiments I've found anywhere!
I cut a Treble Clef die cut out of some foiled cardstock that was just the right color. Along with some hearts from the Heartboard Fri-Die... I just used the one for the bottom left corner and saved the rest for a future card. Finally I scattered some clear and pink sequins around.
I hope you enjoyed your visit here today! Be sure to come back often for more inspiration!