An article by Joanne Wilson in Craft Stamper this month inspired me to make this card. I used some acetate for printing which has a furry surface on one side which I stamped with black stazon using the IndigoBlu Summer Lovin stamp. When dry I used silkies to paint the flowers and butterflies etc. I also used some markers to add colour to the swirls and honeycomb. When dry and flipped over the colours are look really vivid.
For my base card I cut out two panels (spellbinders romantic rectangles) after spraying with a coffee mix and pink glimmer mists using a straw to blow lines. I also cut the acetate out with the romantic rectangle. On the back panel of the card I scored a line about 1 cm blow the top and used this as a flap to stick to the front panel. I then stuck the acetate panel over the front (furry side down). I had a metal Summertime oval in my stash which I stuck on the front.
Hope you like it