You’re So Sweet!

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The new challenge over at Lawnscaping Challenges is Sweets #126. I love coffee and sweet lattes and thought this would be a fun a little card to enter. I used the Lawn Fawn Love you Latte stamps and Lawn Cut dies, colored in the images with copic markers and used glossy accents on the coffee in the cups. The window die cut is and old one from quickutz.

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Stencil IT for Easter!

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Good Sunday Morning!

I’m playing this card in two really fun challenges this week. The first is AAA Cards game #60″Easter” and CAS on Sunday Challenge #79 “Stencil It”

The  tie dye bunny on the card is from Mama Elephants “Honey Bunny” set and is was made by wetting watercolor paper and sprinkling it with color bursts water color powders. I then stamped the image and used the co-ordinating die to cut it out. The sentiment and hearts  are from the set too. The stenciled circles on the background are from an old spellbinders embossing stencil. I used my mini blender and smoked distress ink to create the stenciled background. The sequin flowers are from craft’ desert divas and assorted washi tapes from my ever growing stash.

Thanks a Bunch

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I have entered this card at AAA Cards Game #59 Embossing! I have done dry embossing with a folder and stamped embossing too.

Hi Everyone and hope you are having a great weekend.I am so excited about my new embossing folders from We R Memory Keeps.

I created this beautiful card with my new next level embossing folder from We R Memory Keepers, The back ground was done by blending picked raspberry, abandoned coral and squeezed lemonade distress ink onto the Neenah solar white card stock before I embossed it. Next thing was to give it a bit of sparkle so I dusted the card while it was still a wet from the ink with perfect pearls in Pearl. The Thanks die is a Lawn Cut Die from Lawn Fawn. Last I stamped and embossed a sentiment from jillibean soup with Queens gold from Ranger and added a few dropplets with glossy accents.

Thanks for stopping by and looking today.

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