I simply couldn't think of a name for this post, partly because of the earworms of old Elton John songs that are buzzing around in my head after watching Gnomeo and Juliet with the grandchildren over the weekend. And one of those songs is called "This song has no title" so I'm trying to get it out of my system by naming a blog post after it. Clear? (Do I hear you say "As mud"?)
The stamps I used for this card are an old magazine freebie set. I made a background by brayering Kaleidacolor ink onto glossy card, then stamping the image with white ink and embossing it with white powder. Does anyone know why the embossing is patchy on one of the flowers? I tend to get that with very old or poor quality powders, but this is a fairly new, but not brand new, pot of a decent quality one and I've not had problems with it before. I'm puzzled.
The sentiment circle from the same stamp set was stamped on scrap card and cut out to attach to the background.
I am sharing this with
Fab'n'Funky - Flowers
Make my Monday - White Embossing
Sparkles Monthly Challenge - Lets Go Green