Here is one of the six projects from my recent Introduction to In Color Papercrafting Class.
This is Rococo Rose and is teamed with Crumb Cake, Petal Pink and Very Vanilla for a vintage feel.
The card uses the new Very Versailles Stamp Set. It’s loosely based on the project on Page 113 of the Annual Catalogue.
I liked this set when I first saw it, and that surprised me as it’s not really my style! I think I was drawn to the lovely detailed DISTINKTIVE leaf image.
A Sponge Dauber has been used to age the project and add to that vintage feel.
The piece I describe as an antique mirror is fussy cut and the sentiment is cut using the Layering Ovals Dies.
These are then added to a strip of the co-ordinating Scalloped Linen Ribbon for a finishing touch.
I can’t wait to use this Stamp Set again and create a more grunge-type version. A similar project may be coming to a Card & Cuppa Class very soon.
If you’re wondering how Rococo Rose fits into the colour range, here is a comparison I’ve put together with other current colours.
As you know, I’m not a lover of pink, but I’m liking this colour as it’s not a true pink and has a more dusky tone. Plus, I think it will co-ordinate with a lot of colours really well.
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