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Leafy Feather Card Set

Hello! It's Lynnea and I have another card set for you today using some of my favorite stamp sets pretty much everrrr!! Always remember to head over to the shop and pick up the things I've used today!

I fell in love with the Lace Leaf stamp set from Concord & 9th the minute I saw it! As much as I love the big lacy leaf (you know...the centerpiece of the stamp set), I also love the little leaf stamp. I think it looks like a tiny feather! I wanted to make a whole set centered around this little leafy feather stamp!

I used my Misti and stamped the little leaf image over and over with bunches of inks from my collection. Some of the cards I used first and second generation stamping and some of the cards I used two different shades of ink.

After I had stamped my row of leaves I used Versamark ink to stamp sentiments from the Script Greetings stamp set from Right at Home. Oh how I love this set as well! I just love the greetings! The set has you covered for just about everything! I used some gold embossing powder to add some shine to the cards.

I used some Heidi Swapp gold color shine spray to add some ink spatters to each of the cards. And that's it! This set of six cards took hardly any time at all! And I just love them!!

Thanks for stopping by! Remember to head over to the shop and grab your goodies! I keep using these two sets over and over again! See you next time!



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