I have been busy beavering away remaking cards this week today's creation is not a remake but a scrap card! What I mean by that is that this card is made using the scrap pieces left on my desk from another project.
Now you may be able to work out which of last weeks posts this was made after just in case however click HERE to see the far simpler card that inspired this one ...
I really feel I should explain this card a little as this original on Friday had little description and resulted in loads of comments on the background paper I used.
Firstly The background is embossed using the trailing leaves folder from Darice (I think) which I embossed and shaded using a matching chalk ink pad.
The frames and borders are all cut using the new Spellbinders labels 35 die which I have die cut and ink shaded to create the apertures.
The sentiment tag is the negative space left from die cutting spellbinders centre die from Tranquil moments (as this is a scrap card this was left lying on my desk) I foam mounted this onto the ginger card (sorry I used leftovers there is no more!)
The foliage is, as always this week, Sue Wilson's Faux quilled die and the roses are simple felt circles spirals cut and rolled into roses.
I simply arranged scraps of card, ribbon and lace onto a card blank (again cut for another project) and voila a complex card that was kinda thrown together from what was on my desk.