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Hi Everyone!  Happy Sunday!  I'm sharing with you this card I created using color inspiration from the February mood board.  


Below are a list of supplies I used to create this card.

To start, I used an A2 size Bristol smooth white card stock and masked the bottom portion using purple tape.  Then using the darkest to lightest inks, I ink blended the colors to create an ombre gradient.  I then applied the stencil and dabbed on some white pigment ink to create the heart pattern.  After the panel was dry, I cut it using the largest die from the outside in stitched stackables set.  I cut a small strip from the bottom of the panel using the slide on over die and adhered a slider element to a small piece of paper to create the slider mechanism.
A piece of ballet slipper cardstock was cut using the largest die from the large stitched 4 bar rectangles die.  The ink blended panel was mounted to the background panel using foam tape.  Make sure your slider element is intact before adhering the two panels together!


Images from the bicycle built for you stamp set were stamped onto Neenah 110lb cardstock using black ink.  The images were colored using copics and cut using the coordinating die set.  I then used some strong tape to adhere the bicycle with the couple to the slider element.  Now the slider is set!
The sentiment was stamped using black ink on white cardstock after cutting the banner using the fancy banner die.  I adhered the center of the banner using foam tape and glued the banner border around the sentiment to make it pop!

To add extra detail, I used the MFT mixed heart pieces and glued them to the bottom of the card.  A white gel pen was used to add accents to the images and glossy accents was used to add shine to the bicycle.  And that completes the card!


Thanks for stopping by today!  Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!


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