My new Garden Grace set from PTI just arrived!  Couldn’t wait to play with it!

The pink flowers were heat embossed.  They then “resisted” the ink of the clock where it was stamped over them.  This makes the clock appear to be behind the flowers without having to mask them.  This technique is known as “emboss resist”.

Playing along in some challenges:

CAS-ual Friday #129 “Shades of Gray”

PTI Make It Monday “Color and Texture for One Layer Cards”
Texture was added by the heat embossed flowers, the dry embossed stitching folder at the top and bottom of the card and the punched out window with inset.  Since the inset is adhered to the inside of the card, no additional layers, bulk or thickness was added to the “one-layer” card.

Simon Says Monday “Tick Tock”

Seize the Birthday “Anything Goes Birthday with NO Toppings”

Happy Crafting!
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Stamps: Tim Holtz Stamper’s Anonymous “Soulful Journey”; PTI “Garden Grace” and “Keep It Simple: Birthday”

Papers: PTI Select White and SU Basic Gray

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; SU Basic Grey, Going Gray, Rose Red and Regal Rose; VersaMark

Accessories: Cuttlebug “Pinking Stitch Border” Embossing Folder; Hero Arts Clear Embossing Powder; 3/4″ and 1″ Circle Punches

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