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"Beauty Within" Floral Birthday Card

Hey All! Kelly Fusco here. For this card I'm using Altenews "Beauty Within" Stamp & Die set. I have the coordinating stencil but I didn't need it or use it for this card. 
To start off I stamped my Images onto 80lb Neenah cardstock.  I used Copics to flick color onto them. I used:
RV10,RV21,RV23 & RV25
V20,BV20,BV01,BV02 & BV13
BG10,BG23,BG45, & BG13
YG11,YG03,YG25 & YG17
the centers I used YR24 & YR27
Then I die cut everything out. 
Once I laid out how I wanted them to appear I used Press n Seal and press it onto my layout, flipped it over and added glue and foam tape. 
Now comes the FREESTYLE....I took another 80lb panel of Neenah and I used the CHISEL side of my black Copic and from the outside edge I swiped in like a brushstroke. I repeated that down the left side of my panel. 
 It doesn't have to be perfect as much of it will be covered plus I love that organic look. Then I took 1 copic from each color family I used on the flowers and made light dots all over the panel. I used an embossed rectangle die to die cut that panel then I removed all the release paper from the foam tape and flipped over the press n seal and placed my arrangement onto my panel. Press down and then removed the press n seal. Then I took a Black Sakura GLAZE Gelly roll pen to the floral center dots. I added a bit of Wink Of Stella shimmer pen to my floral petals and a Happy Birthday Sentiment.
Thats it. This card was easy to put together.  What took the most time was adding all the foam tape. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you like this card.  If you have a moment check out Butterfly Reflections Ink for these items and any other crafty items you may need....or want,lol. 
Thank you,
Hugs
 

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