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I've Taken A Viking To You

Hello and happy weekend to everyone. 
Chitra here today on the blog and I have couple of cards to share with you all.



I played with the new Avery Elle's Viking stamp set..
First with the help of a x-acto knife I trimmed out the sentiment and then stamped the Viking image using Memento black ink onto Crafters Companion ultra smooth white cardstock; then colored him using Copics. The design papers are from DCWV, I hand trimmed the hill and used foam adhesive to pop it up. The viking is also adhered using some foam adhesives.
The sentiment is stamped onto a black cardstock using VersaMark ink and heat embossed using WOW white embossing powder; I then rounded just three corners to make it look like a speech bubble; then adhered it using foam adhesives. Lastly added little glitter to the hearts.

Here is a close up:


And my second card:


I stamped the cutest light bulb from turn me on set from Lawn Fawn using Memento black ink and colored everything using Prisma colored pencils and blended it using gamsol. Then applied lots of glitter to all the bulbs. I also added few tiny hearts with a red ink.
The sentiment is stamped onto a black cardstock using VersaMark ink and heat embossed using WOW white embossing powder and adhered it using foam tape.

Here is a close up:



Hope you like both my cards.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!!


Hugs,
Chitra

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