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Adore You

Hi Crafty Friends, Julianne here sharing some super easy one layer cards. I really wanted to use the Altenew Adore You Stamp set but didn't know exactly what I wanted to do. The flowers in this stamp set are just so beautiful and I love all the great detail in them.
I started out by trimming down some white card stock just bigger than the A2 size and decided I wanted to just have the flowers stamped in the top right hand corner as though they were falling. Using my MISTI I positioned 5 of the flower images in the stamp set as well as the leaves, before stamping it I used a powder bag because I was going to be clear heat embossing the images. I stamped everything with VersaFine black ink and before the ink was dry I clear heat embossed them to give that shine to the images.
I loved how they came out and it was so simple and easy. After I was done stamping and heat embossing each card I used the Waffle Flower A2 Nesting Rectangle 2 Dies to cut down my card base.
I also stamped one of the sentiments from the stamp set at the bottom of the card using the same technique as the flowers. I really loved the sentiment 'Every small thing you do makes a big difference in my life" I thought it was perfect and could be given to anyone. Using a Thanks die I had I die cut multiple colors of card stock and adhered with liquid adhesive. That finishes off my cards this week, they are truly simple designs but I love how they came out. Thanks so much for stopping by, I can't wait to see what you will create. Happy Crafting!


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