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More bright & bold Hope

Hi friends - still loving WPlus9 flowers and the HOPE set from Concord and 9th! :D Kinda like last week's card huh?

As sometimes happens, I had a card 80% done and then changed my path - I'll still finish the other card, but that will probably be next week...and yes, IT HAS FLOWERS. HA!


I stamped and embossed the beautiful mum set from WPlus9 and sprinkled on Pixie Paint Candy - but before it could spread too far, I quickly blotted it with a baby wipe and just love the splotchy look. I stamped the word HOPE in two MFT inks then added some more Copic shading. The additional sentiment was stamped in Hero Arts Black. I cut the panel from MFT Blueprints, mounted on some Mermaid paper which I embossed with a Cuttlebug folder and swiped on some Hero Arts Unicorn ink. Easy peasy...and quick!



Thanks for stopping by; hope you have a GREAT week!

Hugs!



WHAT'S IT TAKE?
Stamps: WPlus9 Beautiful Bouquet: Mums, Concord and 9th Hope
Papers: Neenah 110 lb. white, Lawn Fawn MermaidTim Holtz water color
InkVersaFine, MFT Sno ConeBlu Raspberry, Hero Arts Unicorn and Black
AccessoriesPixie Paint Candy, Hero Arts clear embossing powder, Copics, MFT Blueprints, Cuttlebug embossing folder

Challenges:
The Flower Challenge #10 - embossing heat/dry

Comments

  1. WOW!! this color combination looks stunning with your embossed flower, what a beautiful background you created with the splattered inks.
    Love the embossing folder too.
    Thank you for playing with us at THE FLOWER CHALLENGE, hope you play again next time.
    Hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.DT

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