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Brighter days ahead

Thinking of you card using Stampin’ Up Bright Wishes. Background created by brushing Tim Holtz Distress Oxide inks. Wishing well was colored with markers and then fussy cut out so it could be adhered using dimensionals.

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Just Breathe

An encouragement card, which I brushed the background using Tim Holtz distress oxide inks. I then stamped Stampin’ Up Lovely As A Tree. The sentiment is from Stampin’ Up Colorful Seasons and the table and chairs are part of Stampin’ Up Charming Cafe, which I fussy cut out before coloring, then adhering with dimensionals.

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Happy Easter

Sat here today and mass produced my seven Easter cards. I brushed (using e.l.f. total face brushes) the background using Tim Holtz distress oxide inks. I then stamped it with the stamp from Stampin’ Up Lovely as a Tree. Once all of that was dry, I sealed the inks with Tim Holtz distress micro glaze. The crosses were cut with Stampin’ Up Cross of Hope framelits. I colored white ribbon with a copic marker to get the purple ribbon. The sentiment is from Stampin’ Up Hold on to Hope stamp set.IMG_1727

Happy Birthday

Birthday card for a dear friend of mine, who I met over 40 years ago in a locally owned craft store. We have remained good friends over the years, even though we no longer live in the same area. 🙂

Card made using Stampin’ Up Happy Birthday thinlets and Stampin Up Daisy Delight punch. I slid my Tim Holtz distress oxide inks Worn Lipstick and Broken China across white card stock and then spritzed with water. Once dried, I cut using the Happy Birthday thinlets. I then slid Worn Lipstick ink across another piece of white card stock and spritzed with water. Once this dried, I cut three flowers with the punch to make the flower.

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