I used the Ribbon Lacing Corset for my card. First I created a background with alcohol inks in red and orange shades. I used my air puffer (for cleaning my camera) to move the ink around until I was happy with it. When the ink was mostly fry with some tacky spots I pressed a piece of gold foil onto it to add more interest. I cut the inked panel down into three strips which I backed on black mats and adhered to my white card base. I then stamped and heat embossed the corset on a snippet of vellum, fussy cut it out and popped it up overlapping two of the panels.
I hope this piques your curiosity, and if it did make sure you check out the BPM blog to see step-by-step pictures of the process.
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