This card I did for the Inspiration Challenge, along with another one of the Dare to Get Dirty 2021 Challenges.

For the Inspiration challenge we visited a Pinterest Board created by the Inspiration Challenge Team which is photography of food. I can say I was hungry by the time I picked my Inspiration for this card.I used deckled rectangles to make the layers along with Squeezed Lemonade distress ink and Kitsch Flamingo distress ink. I put down the ink colours one at a time, starting with the yellow.

My paper is Arches Cold Press watercolour paper. I spritzed the front and back of the watercolour paper, then spritzed the yellow ink on my desk and laid the die cut piece in moving it from side to side to allow the ink to soak in. I did the same for the pink piece.
I did not have raspberries, but I did have small strawberries from a set by Picket Fence Studios. The set is on sale presently for $7.99 so if you like this set, now is the time to get it.

In my mini Misti I stamped the strawberries then ran them through my Scan'n Cut to cut them. I painted with the Barn Door and Peeled Paint distress ink.
Once they were painted I set them aside to dry. 

In my mini Misti I stamped the sentiment, which is from the Heffy Doodle set, on the pink panel using VersaFine Clair Ink in Tulip Red. I then attached the yellow panel using foam tape, along with the pink panel, also using foam tape. These are my flour pieces.

In the Inspiration picture you can see the extra flour on the top of the pastry. With my finger I added distress matte texture paste to act as the flour bits.
I then styled the strawberries and attached them using foam squares. For a little more flour on the strawberries I used a rough small brush dipping it in some VersaMark embossing ink and tapping it on the strawberries.

To finish up I added splatters using the Red Barn ink. 

This was a fun departure which I enjoyed doing. I hope you have enjoyed it as well. 

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xoxo, Kia