Sunday, August 19, 2012

Anise Ketto

Hello pretty people :)
Today I have a card to share that was LOTS of fun to make.
I started by making my own background with the embossed resist technique ( I do LOVE this technique!):
I started with the Anise Ketto flowers, that I stamped and heat embossed onto plain white card stock with white embossing powder.  Next I whipped out my spray mists and sprayed the piece.  I stitched a border around the edge and distressed the edges with some vintage photo distress ink.  I mounted this onto a piece of rustic cream card stock that I distressed with some vintage photo too.  I did the same with the sentiment banner that I die cut with the my favorite things banner die.
For the image I stamped the Anise Ketto girl,  onto white Bella's best card stock and punched out a 2 inch circle. I then colored her in with copics.  I added some shimmer with a gel pen and distressed the piece with distress inks in Antique linen and vintage photo.  I added a thin layer of glossy accents to the whole piece to add a bit of shine and mounted it onto a scalloped circle die cut piece. I popped the piece up onto the base with foam tape :)

Thanks for stopping by.


  1. Tasha, that background is absolutely fabulous! Awesome card, my friend - such a cute image!

  2. Great background with a great technique. Beautiful card Tasha!

  3. Awesome background - love it. You used one of my favourite Ketto images - beautiful card.


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