The background card is white stardust, with the middle layer (and the top layer of the bookmark) being a glittered fabric, which is a bit like a stiff, dry wet-wipe. When fabric is so beautiful I do get the jitters before I have to cut into it! Gold mirri card is used for the central mats, and gold peeloffs for the corners and borders. How weird it feels to use peeloffs in today's crafting - seven or eight years ago they were all the rage, and I've got hundreds of the damned things! Any (polite) suggestions as to what to do with them would be very welcome. I can't even give them away nowadays!
The daisies are punched, except for the ones on the box, which I found lurking at the bottom of my flower stash. The centres are yellow flowersoft, and the small leaves are also punched from pearlescent paper which I coloured with copic markers. Now, come on!! You didn't really think I was going to abandon the copics altogether did you? The larger leaves are die-cut from a Marianne die, I think. I find it quite hard to make up a central flower motif from scratch, but have much less problem with a corner motif. Strange eh?
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