Obviously I have taken my inspiration from the vivid colors although I wish I had worked in more green. I don't usually go for the bright vivid colors in my work, but I certainly did enjoy working with these colors. I broke out a bottle of Dyan Reaveley's Dylusions in Vibrant Turquoise. The yellow is Mustard Seed - I used both the pad for sponging and the distress stain to stain the canvas. The paper is digital by Raspberry Road, I used Tim Holtz's Tattered Florals and Movers and Shapers Mini Tattered Florals to cut the crinoline and the canvas. I also made use again of the Enamelware Embossing Power that I have become so fond as well as the Vintage Lace decorative strip die. The sentiment is from Crafty Secrets.
POST UPDATE: A reader asked about using the Tattered Flowers Decorative Strip die to cut crinoine or canvas. No, I don't have a magic trick. I used that die to cut the tiny yellow flower at the very top. It has been enameled and then coated with the Enamelware embossing powder. All the fabric was cut with either the Tattered Florals or Mini M&S Tattered Florals dies. Unfortunately the decorative strip dies only cut paper and card stock. I really like the Tattered Flowers Decorative Strip Die though because it cuts such a variety of small flowers. I have found them so handy for many different embellishment needs.
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