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Message in the sky with Peter

Hi everyone! I'm back to show you a fun and simple thank you card. I wanted to make a really simple and fun card. I looked through my dies and came across the Partly Cloudy Die from Hello Bluebird. I decided on only using the clouds that the die cuts. I took my Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables set to cut the largest rectangle out of watercolor paper. With the Cloudy Stencil from Lawn Fawn I made a cloudy background with Distress Oxide . I used Tumbled Glass as a base and I used Salvaged Patina to make the actual clouds. With that is was time to adhere the clouds in place. I first did the ones that have a cut off side and I but them around the place they are in in the die. Out of green cardstock I cut the Scripty Thanks from Lawn Fawn and with Distress Oxide Rustic Wilderness I added a little color on the bottom so it becomes a gradient. I used the Plane and Simple stamp set from Lawn Fawn to add a cute plane on the bottom with an additional sentiment in the banner: '
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Oh Snap!

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Have a sweet day with Leontine

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Big Birthday Wishes Slimline Card

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Christmas in July!

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