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Hello Spring - Pretty Pink Posh

Happy Tuesday crafty friends! Danielle here up on the BRI blog today with a fun CAS card featuring Pretty Pink Posh.  This is a super fun and easy card to make and can be given to that special someone for any occasion.



I started off ink blending a panel using Distress Ink Oxides in Mowed Lawn, Squeezed Lemonade, Spun Sugar, Shaded Lilac, and Tumbled Glass.  I then spritz with some water to give it some texture. Once dried, I used the Pretty Pink Posh Spring Frame and ran through my die cutting machine.  I simply love this frame!! It creates such a pretty floral border in one easy pass.  I set my ink blended cut panel aside as I will use this as my "top" layer.  I ran the same spring frame die through my die cutting machine 3 more times.  Once using a rose gold mirrored card stock and 2 more times using adhesive backed foam sheets. These are great because they already have adhesive on one side so I just peeled and layered my 2 die cut foam sheets on top of each other.  I then adhered my mirrored cardstock cut piece directly on top of my foam.  I glued back in the center flat to my card base. This  created enough depth for the florals and leaves of the frame to stand out. 


Now I was ready to adhere my ink blended panel on top.  I played with this for a bit...I was originally going to adhere on top all lined up together however, I noticed that you really couldn't see the mirrored cardstock.  So I decided to rotate the top panel and I just loved the way it looked!! It gives it more of a layered abstract feel!  I adhered on top using double sided tape adhesive.


For my sentiment I used the Pretty Pink Posh Hello Friend Script Die.  I ran it through my die cutting machine twice.  Once on a pink sheet of glitter cardstock from Lawn Fawn Sparkle Collection and once on a piece of pink mirrored cardstock.  I glued the glitter cardstock on top of the mirrored one to give it a shadow look.  I adhered directly in the middle of my card using double sided tape adhesive.To finish off my card I added some pastel pearls in various spots along my top frame.


I hope you enjoyed this card as much as I enjoyed creating it! Make sure you check out the shop and pick up these goodies and anything else you may "need" lol! And while you are there make sure you check out all the new goodies!! I know I will be picking some things up for sure!!  Hope you all have a fantastic week! See you next Tuesday!! xoxoxo









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