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Hello Doily meets Delicate Doily

In keeping with the doily theme and inspiration from the Flirtatious DSP color scheme my stepped up card for the workshop is featured in todays post.

 I randomly stamped delicate doily stamps in pretty in pink and daffodil delight ink on white cardstock.  I then embossed the hello doily image in white craft ink and white embossing powder on wisteria cardstock. I then cut out and adhered to card front. I then made a looped ruffled ribbon from a 1″ strip of Flirtatious DSP.  I used the sueding technique to create the mambo flower. I punched 2 fancy flowers and distressed them and then peeled them apart to create multiple layers that  I scrunched together and secured with a wisteria polka dot designer printed brad.  This card was a lot of work but so worth it.

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Black and White and Red all over

 Inchie cards are one of Cammie’s favorite design layouts.  She loves them because it enables her to use the scraps from her worksurface and then she packs a WoW factor with the floral spread.  She used the raining flower Stamp set #122767 then hand cut, and used the sueding technique (crumble and distress to pull away the layers of SU cardstock) and then layered across the card front.  Nice thing about this card she was able to create many cards in one setting.  What a great thank-you card for her customers that ordered from her in Sept.

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