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Have a Magical Day!!

 Hello Friends! Waleska here from craftinglovew very happy to share with you today a magical card with a bunch of magical products available at the shop.  I hope you like my card and can be inspired by it.


CARD DETAILS:
To start my card I did the cloud background on a slimline base card using the MFT Cloud Stencil, I used Oxide ink Tumbled Glass for a soft cloudy look.  I then cut the Memory Box Arched Collage die in the center of my slimline card.  I cut a second rainbow from gold glitter cardstock and adhere it to the first piece only the arches that were left in the card.  For the rainbow background I inked a piece of white cardstock with oxide inks: Kitsch Flamingo, Mustard Seed, Carved Pumpkin, Mowed Lawn and Peacock Feathers and adhere it to the back of the die cut piece, I love all those colors blended together!


Then I die cut a cloud piece to adhere to the bottom of my card and I used Tumbled Glass oxide ink again only on the border of this cloud piece.  I decided to mix two of my favorite Lawn Fawn sets Fairy Friends and Unicorn Picnic for this card. I colored this cute images with copic markers RV02, YR02, Y15, YG13 and BG15 trying to make the same rainbow detail to each image.  Before I adhere all my images I did some gold watercolor splashes around the top part of the card and I also die cut some gold puffy clouds to go along with the rainbow in the center.


I finally stamped some small sparkles with the same oxide ink colors around all the card and stamped the sentiment from the Fairy Friends stamp set with oxide inks.


I had so much fun creating this colorful card and mixing some bright colors to make someone smile! Thank you so much for stopping by today and share some time with me! I hope you have an amazing weekend and remember to stay safe and stay crafty!   Hugs!!!



Waleska Galindo







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