To enhance the teal color in the layout, I used Hyacinth Blue Jade embossing powder on the Dusty Attic Sweet Pea Frame chipboard. It goes on blue but when it is heat set, the gorgeous teal color just pops out. The embossing powders are two toned and gorgeous. I used the same color embossing powder and a floral stamp and framed the chipboard frame for an extra layer of embossing beauty on the background paper. Once my frame was in place, I sprayed it with some Maidenhair Fern Green Starburst spray. It left some flecks of gold on the frame itself, and a shimmer around it.
I picked out some teal, green and yellow flowers from my stash. I enhanced the yellow with Summer Lovin Sun Flat Magicals, the teal flowers were enhance with C'est la vie Cerise Flat Fabios spray and touched it a bit with of Maidenhair Fern Green and the smaller flowers were beige, and I used Maidenhair Fern Green Starburst spray on them as well. I also used the Maidenhair Fern Green on the leaves. It leaves behind a golden shimmer.
Just a closeup of the flowers. There are a couple of pieces of a Queen Annes Lace flower that I tucked into the floral clusters that I sprayed with the Maidenhair Fern Green.
I tied some twine into a couple of little bows for added interest.
You can see the two toned effect of the embossing powder when you look at it at a different angle. The Hyacinth Blue Jade color goes from blue to teal.
Thank you for joining me this week. I hope you are inspired by color, and grab your favorite Lindys color for your next project. Till next time...
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