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transparency sheets on cards

Hello again!
It's Samantha here to share another card to chase away any Monday blues you may be feeling! 

I decided to use one of the Studio Calico Transparency Sheets as part of my card base! 
I LOVE white space on a card, but sometimes I want just a little bit something extra, too! The transparency sheets are the answer, people!!

So here's my card:


The transparency is attached to a white card base, and then popped up!
so FUN! And it adds a little extra wilderness scene for my prancing unicron! 
And oh, that unicorn...it's from the Paper Smooches Spectrum set!! A set that ANYONE who grew up in the 80's should have! lol!! 

i used some papers (and a strip of vellum!) from the Echo Park Hello Again 6x6 pad - LOOOOOVE that collection! The colors are incredible! And the patterns are SO trendy!


Speaking of trendy, did you see the cluster of wood buttons and stickers? Those are from the Dear Lizzy Daydreamer collection! you can use the circle inserts by themselves, or inside the wood buttons!!! That's like two times the amound of embellishments in one package!

And then I added a few enamel hearts to the unicorn and cluster corner, and that's the end!
What do you think?

What's your favorite product in the store right now? 
I'm totally eyeing the Simple Stories DIY paper collection - swoon!! LOVE the bold colors!!
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Way to rock it Sam! This is adorable!

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  2. This is too cute! Love the wooden buttons!!!

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  3. This is awesome! I love that unicorn set (yes, child of the 80's! lol) and the Hello Again paper is one of my faves right now, too... to look at of course. :P haha

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  4. Cute! I do love this stamp set! ;)

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