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Sending Lots of Love!

Hi Everyone!  I'm stepping outside my comfort zone with this card I've created for you today.  If you haven't already noticed, I'm more of a "scene builder" with my card designs. Today I've created a soft pastel infinity shaker card featuring Pretty Pink Posh products.  You can find all the products I used to create this card at Butterfly Reflections Ink.

Starting with a piece of hot pressed watercolor paper, I stamped the background using the fall borders stamp with VersaMark ink.  Then the images were white heat embossed.  The background panel was then colored using the "ink smooshing" method.  Catherine Pooler inks: Limoncello, Tiki Torch, Bellini, Be Mine, Party Dress, Coral Cabana were used.  I absolutely love the emboss-resist pattern, don't you?

After the card base was dry, I used the outside in stitched rectangle stackables die in the largest size to cut the base.  I adhered the watercolored base to an A2 piece of heavy weight cardstock.  Then using one Avery Elle stamp die storage pocket (5 5/8" x 7 3/8"), I slid in the background panel. 
Then using StazOn black ink and my Misti stamping tool, I stamped the sentiment from the everyday greetings stamp set.  Then I added pretty pink posh sequins: friendship confetti, sparkling clear seed beads, 6mm clear sparkling sequins, 6mm ballerina clear sequins.  I also added a few peach sequins I had in my stash.  
The panel was folded over and closed using double sided tape.  

The card panel was adhered to an A2 card base using double sided tape.  And that finishes the card!

I hope you liked this card.  It's definitely not my typical card or color palette, but I love trying new techniques and color combinations.  I encourage you to try something new and step out of your comfort zone!  Have a lovely rest of your day!


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