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Bye for Now! New Adventure Ahead!

Hello crafty friends! Amy (The Craft Bunny) here sharing my last card as the design team. My term has passed by so quickly! It's sad to say goodbye, but goodbye also means new adventure ahead. So, my card today is about adventures.

I have used Create a Smile stamps to build a scene. Imagine yourself sipping tea in a flower garden. Beyond all the pretty flowers in sight, there is a hot air balloon embarking on a new journey. More details below.

  1. Prepare two pieces of watercolor paper. On the first paper, white heat emboss the flowers and leaves from the Magic Flower stamp set. Mask when necessary
  2. On the second paper, white emboss a few flowers and the hot air balloon (from the Uplifting set)
  3. Paint the images with Gansai Tambi watercolor, then fussy cut out the flower cluster
  4. Create clouds with a stencil made from MFT Die-namics Stitched Cloud Edges
  5. Stamp the sentiment in brown, mount the flower cluster with foam tape and embellish with sequins

It's been a blast working with Vanessa. She is the most hardworking woman ever!! I'd like to thank her for choosing me on this design team, which have brought so much to me! I'd also like to thank all of you who read and share my blog posts! Thank you so much!!!!

As for my own new adventure, I am now on My Favorite Things' design team. So, I will be happily busy. I hope to see you again on my blog or Instagram. Bye for now! Take care!


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