Well it's time again for another fabulous High Hopes Challenge. This weeks challenge is brought to you by Niki and she has chosen "NO CORNERS".
I couldn't resist using Crissy's beautiful "Big Flower" image again. This time instead of painting it, I have done some Pergamano with it.
It is quite easy to use rubber stamps for Pergamano, all you have to do is stamp the image in black on a piece of photo copy paper and voila...you have a pattern to trace. I also used some pieces of different patterns I have to design the rest of the card. This card is done in 3 pieces. The card itself is made from a piece of brown velvet paper. The next layer is traced with copper ink and a mapping pen, the flowers are pierced with a 1 needle tool and the centers are embossed. I stippled the border between the outer 2 copper lines. The 3rd layer, the flower is traced with white Tinta ink and the center and dots is traced in copper. The flower is embossed with a medium embossing tool and both layers are cut out using a 2 split tool. The center of the flower is also stippled...its hard to see but stippling is piercing from the back and on the front areas that are stippled it is rough to the touch. I added some copper beads to the velvet card.
I hope you get a chance to play along with us this week, there are some fab High Hopes stamps just waiting to be won.
Before I go, I just have to share a pic with you. Yesterday was my birthday and as some of you know my daughter Chelle has quite a knack for making cakes. This is the cake she made for her Momma. How cute is this!! The lady bug is a cake in itself and all the icing is marshmallow fondant. The main cake was white with seedless raspberry jam in the middle.....I must tell you it was delicious!!
Have a great day and thanks so much for stopping by. Your wonderful comments are truly appreciated....
* all products used in my card were purchased at The Rubber Room and on-line store.
Wowww Karen,what a BEAUTIFUL card.
And so gorgeous creation.
Your card is stunning Karen. Wow that cake sure looks yummy too and your daughter is so talented. Happy Belated Birthday and have a great Sunday, Big Hugs, Nikki x
Your card is beautiful, and that cake looks fantastic, lucky you !!!!!! Happy birthday! --Hugs Cindy xxoo
Lovely job with the flower Karen--your card looks amazing!!
Love the ladybug cake too--your daughter is quite talented!!
Wow! Stunning card. Your daughter's cake is wonderful. What a talent! Happy birthday to you!
Karen, this is absolutely gorgeous!! Hope you had a great birthday!
STUNNING.............omg so elegant
Okay, Karen, that is just so elegant and sensational! I need to know how long it takes to do all that. and I am not knocking this at all. What skill it takes. You know how detailed I get. LOLOLOL I must talk with you about this. It is lovely!
Happy Belated Birthday Karen!!!...the cake your daughter made is So Cute!!..she is very talented!!
Your card is Beautiful..So Elegant and a total work of Art!!
Big Birthday Hug!!...Ila
What a fantastic card this is so adore what you have done with that image I am in awe of such intricate work. I also love that ladybug cake sweetie made my mouth water
Hugs Jacqui x
this card is simply magnificent Karen! It screams tutorial too LOL! I would love to know how to do Pergamano- never heard of it. This card must have taken so much time but was worth it let me tell ya. Did you use an ornare template?
Amazing card Karen, your pergamano is just fabulous!
Love your cake too...wow, your daughter is talented!
WOWzer aren your card is so stunning - seriously beautiful.
Lucky you that cake looks awesome, your daughter is very talented. Happy belated birthday wishes - i hope you had a wonderful day
love tasha xx
Wow you have left me speechless with your stunning card! The detailing is divine, I love it! Ooooh and look at that cake, truly fab!
hugs Tab xxx
OMG!!!! Absolutely stunning card sweetie, the work and detail is out of this world!!!!! I have missed blog hopping these past few weeks but am all caught up now so will be visiting again more regularly lol x
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