I seem to have a thing for harlequin shapes at the moment. This design was originally part of a card class I taught at my LSS last year with a letterpress technique (fun & messy).
I sprayed the inside of the embossing folder with glimmer mist and ran the card through the cuttlebug. Joyful scraps have similar embossing folders which have that nice slightly distressed look to them. The Green Tara flowers started off white, but were sprayed on one side with a dark pink and a lighter colour on the other side. The flower is then folded and petals turned back so both colours show through. A smaller flower was sprayed green and wrapped around the pink flower. The whole thing was then sprayed with iridescent gold and a Daisy Bucket sentiment stamped on the front under the flower. The card was then attached to pink card to complete.
I made another wonderful card for another wonderful friend, but can't show you just yet as her card is in the post and I want her to get it first...so you'll have to wait 'til my next post to see that one.
I forgot to show the add on to the Memory Lane class, so here it is - a set of 3 cards, created with the leftovers from the layout + a sheet of cream card stock. The same techniques were used as well as the Fancy Pants Roadshow paper and Darkroom door products.