White glossy card stock was brayered with a Lagoon Kalidacolor stamp pad and “Many Thanks!” was gold embossed at an angle. Gold card stock was cut in a triangle and glued at the bottom. “Teacup #1”, “Teacup #2” and “Teacup #3” were stamped in ivory Sculpey II Clay, colored with Lumiere paint, baked, and a glaze was applied. Edging was done with a gold Krylon Leafing pen. These clay pieces were glued to the card. Clay pieces made by Susan Frank and the card made by Margaret Wiggin.
Lightweight craft metal is cut to the desired size and “Gecko, Lg.” is stamped in black die ink and dry embossed with paper towels placed under the metal for cushioning. The metal piece is turned over and the image is “rounded” with a wooden dry embossing tool. Red from a rub-on kit is rubbed on the image and wiped off so that some of the red stays in the lines. Lines are dry embossed for a border. A piece of blue Confetti card stock is edged with a gold Krylon Leafing pen and glued to white card stock. The metal piece is adhered with gold photo corners. “Many Thanks!” is embossed in gold on a rectangle of blue card stock that has been edged with the gold pen. This is glued to the lower portion of the card. Card by Margaret Wiggin.