Topographic birthday

Hi crafters. Have you lost bits between the diecutting machine and the craft desk? That was part of the journey of this card. It started by dropping stains on dry watercolour paper with a pipette. The colours spread and blended in the paper. I did some foiling which was unsuccessful on the other side. Rather than throw the panel away, I ran it through the laminator you flatten it and the partially die cut it twice with the Paper Rose Topographic Background die. I did the partial diecutting to extend it to 5×7. After carefully keeping everything in tact with tape after the first pass through, I did the second lot of diecutting. By the time I got back to the desk 2 bits were missing. This prompted me to attach the diecuts to a piece of glitter paper. I removed a few other pieces to allow more glitter paper to show through. In the area in between the die cuts I ‘drew’ lines between the patterns with my stylus point. I added a Penny Black sentiment in pink glitter paper backed with teal cardstock.

I am entering this card in the following challenges:

Simon says Stamp Wednesday challenge: Anything goes.

Simon says Stamp Monday challenge: Happy Birthday
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