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Altenew + Nuvo Mousse

Hi friends - it's HUMP day!! Welcome back! This week I have a simple CAS card inspired by one of the cards in THIS post.

I stamped the Altenew largest peony on Ranger Watercolor paper and embossed; I wanted to keep the card very clean so I only added the 2nd layer stamp to the image - same with the leaves. Once they were stamped, I die cut and added shading with Prismacolor pencils.

I created a frame for the flower with two of the MFT stitched dies then added a layer of Nuvo Platinum Mousse colored with Lawn Fawn Sugar Plum - IT IS SOOOO SPARKLY!! Once it dried, I added some additional ink around the bottom edges of the frame for a bit of an ombre look.

I then added a heavy layer of shimmer mist to the flower and leaves before adhering everything together. I finished it off with some sparkling sequins from Pretty Pink Posh and some ombre purple paper inside!

Thanks for stopping by; hope you have a GREAT week - see you again soon!


Stamps: Altenew Peony Bouquet.
Papers: Misc. Black/Whtie striped paper, American Crafts glitter paper, Ranger watercolor paper
InkVersaMark, Lawn Fawn Sugarplum
AccessoriesHero Arts embossing powder, Prismacolor pencils, Nuvo Pure Platinum Mousse, PPP sequins, MFT dies


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