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Hello,

I have another sweet and simple card featuring the February release - Raindrops on Roses collection. I love those muted purples and greens together and the stamp line is so amazing along with 2 very versatile dies :)



Products Used:
HCPC 3586 Raindrops on Roses Birthday PreCut Set
HCD 743 Raindrops on Roses Die
282873 Tombow Dual Brush Marker

Project Instructions:
Other Products: Tombow Multi Mono Glue, Versamark Ink, Hero Arts White Embossing Powder, Distress Ink (Victorian Velvet, Milled Lavender, Peeled Paint), 3D Foam Dots.
Instructions: Start by folding a A4 size grey card stock in half to create a A5 size card base. Die cut 4 pieces of the decorative shape from Raindrops on Roses die. Lightly ink up the edges with Milled Lavender distress ink. Adhere to the card base to make it look like a background. Stamp the Raindrop on Roses Birthday background with versa mark ink on white card stock and heat emboss using white embossing powder. Ink up the background with Milled lavender distress ink. Using a brush marker, quickly colour in the flowers and leaves with Victorian Velvet and Peeled Paint distress ink. Layer the embossed panel on black card stock. Die cut a decorative doily shape from the Raindrop on Roses die. Cut it in half. Snip along the swirls on each half carefully and attach them to the top and bottom of the embossed and layered panel. Adhere to the background with some foam adhesive.

Comments

  1. Beautiful!! I love what you did with the die cuts.

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  2. This is simple???? Beautiful Ujjwal!! Just beautiful!!

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  3. Beautiful. I like how you used the dies.

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  4. This is lovely....and such a clever use of the die cuts!

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  5. Beautiful card, Ujjwal! Love how you colored the flower image! Blessings! Kathy

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