What messy fun! My card looks very controlled but my table was not... I have two other variations to mount and although I used the same products they all look slightly different. It's not easy to duplicate!
I have used the following stamp which is from the new Spring release:
FRS215 Calla Lily
and these three products from the Stampendous 'Frantage' range:
Shabby pink embossing enamel
Aged rose embossing enamel
Fresh green crushed glass glitter
I made up a 'coffee' spray which I used on the cream card to tone it down before stamping. The Lily is stamped with Graphite black Brilliance.
After stamping I sprinkled some of the 'Shabby pink' embossing enamel very lightly over the whole image and dusted some off trying to be a little selective as to where it should go.
If the ink is still slightly wet the powder stays on the line. I heated from below so as not to blow the powder away!
I sprinkle some of the 'Glitter' over the enamel and heated again from below. So the enamel becomes the glue.
I used a VersaMark pen to apply some of the 'Aged rose' embossing enamel. You can be more selective as to where the powder goes using the pen by drawing some patches. I did this next to the leaves.I heated the ribbon to make it curl up.
The greeting is from this set:
FRCL207 Ribbon Banners
Finally the colour has been added using Sakura Stardust pens.
If you want more ideas using 'Frantage' why not pop along to the Woodware blog!