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Succulent Birthday

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Hi everybody,

Cindy here to share another birthday card.  One could not have too have birthday cards, could you?  😉  This month’s challenge is Embossing.  I did both dry embossing and heat embossing on my card.   And I was inspired to use those colours from a card sent to me by a dear friend. You could see that card on my blog Escape To Stamping.

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My process:

  • Ink embossing folder and spritz with Perfect Pearl solution.  Place water colour paper in embossing folder, close and pass thru die cut machine.  Let panel dry.
  • On white card stock and vellum, ink and heat emboss the various images.  Closing trim.
  • Adhere dry embossed panel on card base.
  • Adhere the rest of the element on embossed panel as shown.

Here’s a couple of close up:

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Although the stamp sets I used may not be in the store, you could always have a custom order made just for you.  Simply click the Request Custom Order button on the left side bar.  Feel free to use promote code Cindy15 at check out to obtain 15% off any purchase of $25 or more (shipping not included).

And I hope I’ve inspired you to enter this month’s challenge:  Embossing.  Find all the details here, and link up here.

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Cindy

Supplies:

Hero Arts Stamp Your Own Succulents

Hero Arts Papel Picado Frame Cuts

Sizzix embossing folder (Cornflowers & Posies Set)

Ranger Distress Ink (Curshed Olive, Broken China, Peeled Paint, Milled Lavander)

Clear embossing ink

Clear embossing powder

White embossing powder

Ranger Perfect Pearl

3 thoughts on “Succulent Birthday

  1. love all the soft colors in your pretty card Cindy!

  2. This is one cool background, Cindy!

  3. I love the embossing and those succulents. So pretty.

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