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sweet dreams with embossing paste and feathers!

Ha ha!
Samantha here, and I have to admit, ok, so that title of the post made me laugh when I typed it out! 
Embossing paste and feathers sounds messy and sticky! lol! Luckily that is not the case with my card today! :)

I used lots of my favorite things on this card! I can't wait to share!

So no more delay! Here's my card:


Woooo! I love it! 
That dark brown woodgrain paper is from the MME Wood Designer Cardstock collection! and it's ALL WOODGRAIN PAPERS! jackpot! lol! LOVE this paper!
i used some white embossing paste and this DREAMY and so trendy stencil from Memory Box, to really make the stars and dots pop against the background!


The sentiment is from the Dream mini set from Lawn Fawn, as are the feathers! 
The feathers are fussy cut from the Basic Grey HighLine paper pad...and wow! FAVORITE papers ever!! They're so bright and happy and FUN! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

I popped up the feathers and added string to the bases so they looked like they were hanging!
And that's my card!

What do you think?
Are you as in love with any of the products I used, as I am? 
swoon! 

Thanks for stopping by!

Comments

  1. This is really cute, love how everything pops off the dark "wood" paper!

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  2. Love this!! Love the embossed stars and how you used those cute little feathers!!
    They look awesome on that dark woodgrain paper!! FAB job, Samantha!!

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  3. This is absolutely gorgeous!!! LOVE it so much!

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  4. Stunning card...love everything about it!!

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  5. Very fun! I think I really need to try embossing paste and stencils!! ;)

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