29 December 2014

I got some good news!

Yes, I got some good news to share with you today: His mercies are NEW every morning! And there is no way I could be here speaking to you through this post without God's mercy. As his mercies renew we too strenghten and find a way to wake up, get out of our beds and keep going.

This week at Classy Cards 'n Such we have a challenge that we'd love you to join: Time For A "New Year" - Use something new you just received and add some glitter and/or bling. I have been blessed recently with many new goodies, so I used some of them to make my card for today, and I also added some sparkle for the challenge!


I started out by die cutting my card base with Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics. Then I added a patterned paper layer die cut with Our Daily Bread Designs' Flourished Star Pattern set, that I adhered with 1/2" Scor-Tape.

I created a central border with two individual borders die cut with Our Daily Bread Designs' Beautiful Borders. Next I added a flourish oval cut from Echo - Bronze Stardream Metallic using Spellbinders Elegant Ovals. I also used the same set to die cut a smaller oval on which I stamped a sentiment from Our Daily Bread Designs' stamp set Glory.


I thought I'd add a nice metallic detail to the card with this Village Lamp Post from PoppyStamps die cut from Precious Metals Craft Foil by Spellbinders (using the silver back of the foil). I used a piece of 8 1/2" x 11" Double sided adhesive sheet to stick some Sparkle 'n Sprinkle Crystal Ice glitter for the lampost's lights. I added the lampost to the side of the ovals and finished my design with a few Baby Rhinestones - Silver.

I hope you enjoyed today's post and of course I can't sign off without wishing you all a great 2015! May this new year bring many blessings to you and yours!

Thank you for stopping by!

Stop by the blog on January 1st! I will have a jam packed post with lots of surprises for you!

I'd like to submit my card to:
Hiding in my Craft Room - Anything but Christmas 

25 December 2014

Floral Postcard Tag

Merry Christmas! I hope you've had a great time surrounded by family and friends! May our saviour Jesus continue to fill your hearts and homes with his never ending mercy and love! Today I have the pleasure of sharing a card I created with supplies from Classy Cards 'n Such! This time I created a vintage card with lots of stamping and a few die cuts.

I like to use tags on cards. I think it's a nice twist that gives a card a different look. Today's card is the perfect example!


I started out by die cutting a beige base layer using Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics A. Then I also die cut a beautiful border with the very new Spellbinders Mary Border Strip and three small medallions with Fancy Label Tags Two.

I adhered the beige layer to the brown card base with 1/2" Scor-Tape. Next I attached the border on the side and then I added a piece of pink ribbon on top of it. I also adhered the three small medallions on top of the border. Once I added all the die cuts I mounted the previously made tag, which was stamped with many images from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps, Bo Bunny, Flourishes and Do Crafts. I used Gold detail powder to emboss the PostCard sentiment on the tag. I decorated it with a piece of Fused string pearl beads in golden ivory. To finish my design I attached a pretty bow, embellished with a large gold vintage button.


If you'd like to know how I made my tag, please click here to be directed to a step by step photo tutorial.

Hope you liked my card! I invite you to visit CCNS store! Remember that if you purchase you can get 10% off using my discount code Gracie-10.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


24 December 2014

Rustic Christmas Ornament Tag

First and foremost, merry Christmas! May you and your loved ones rejoice and enjoy each other's company as you celebrate the birth of our saviour Jesus. Since these dates are also about sharing and giving to others, I decided to make a very simple but elegant project that's perfect for Christmas gift bags or wrapped presents. I made an ornament shaped tag, embellished with a big burlap bow stamped with polka dots.



Supplies
Ann Butler's 2″ Stripes. Dots. Hearts Faux Quilting Stamps by Unity
Clearsnap Crafter's Ink in Snow
Colorbox embossing powder in white
Beacon's Premium Tacky Glue
Spellbinders Victoria Accents
Spellbinders Circles Small
Fancy Pants Artist Edition Burlap Bows
Stampin' Up Jewels Basic Rhinestones
Gina K. Designs Gold string
Leather textured cardstock in white and light brown


This an easy tag to make, and the result is great. Personalizing your embellishments definitely makes a difference! To learn how I made it, click here to be directed to the Ann Butler Designs blog where a brief step by step tutorial can be found.

I hope you like this idea! Though all your Christmas presents must be wrapped and ready by now, this tag would work nicely for other occasions too. Thanks so much for stopping by and enjoy your day!


20 December 2014

Vintage Santa

I have Christmas card to share today, a card I made with beautiful paper crafting products from Classy Cards 'n Such store! I wanted to make an elegant, neutral colored card that would work well for both a man and a woman. I used beige tones, mixing matte and metallic cardstocks to achieve a classic design.



Supplies
Spellbinders New Fancy Label Tags Two
Our Daily Bread Designs Vintage Flourish Pattern
Spellbinders Decorative Labels Thirty-Four
Baby Pearls - LeCreme

I started off by printing a vintage Santa image on Pearl White Linen cardstock. Then I added glitter glue to make the Christmas tree image stand out. I then die cut the image with Spellbinders Fancy Label Tags Two. I mounted the image on another label die cut with Spellbinders Decorative Labels Thirty-Four.

To decorate my card base I added a gorgeous frame die cut with Our Daily Bread Designs' Vintage Flourish set. I adhered two smaller die cuts from Fancy Label Tags Two to the top and bottom of the frame and added a piece of beige ribbon on the center vertically. Finally I mounted the labels and embellished the image with four Baby Pearls Le Creme.

As always I hope you liked what I created and I invite you to browse Classy Cards 'n Such store to check out the supplies used. Remember to take advantage of my discount code Gracie-10 to get 10% off your total purchase on your next order (clearance products included).

Thanks so much for stopping by!


19 December 2014

A Look Back to ODBD's December Release!

Today we are taking a look back at Our Daily Bread Designs December Release! This is such a versatile and beautiful release. I've had so much fun using the stamps and the gorgeous dies. In this occasion I made a card with a delicate vintage look and lots of dimension


Supplies 
GILDED GATE DIES
MINI TAG DIES
VINTAGE FLOURISH PATTERN DIES
THE GATE Stamp Set
ADMIT THREE (Clear Stamps)
CHRISTMAS COLLECTION 2014 6x6 PAPER PAD

To make my card I started off by die cutting my card base using the Vintage Flourish Pattern die. Then I adhered two labels on the center, from the same set, a polka dot patterned label and a smaller label where I stamped and heat embossed a sentiment from The Gate stamp set. I stenciled the sentiment label with two different inks too.

I stamped and heat embossed in white three tickets from Admit Three and the gate from The Gate stamp set and then die cut all the stamped images with their coordinating dies from the Mini Tags and the Gilded Gate die sets. Next I sponged the elements the same way I stenciled the middle label.

I added a piece aquamarine ribbon on the bottom of the card and mounted the three stamped and die cut tickets below it, creating a border. Then I also mounted the gate die cut to frame the main sentiment label. To finish the design I added a pretty bow and a couple of crystal stickers.


For more inspiration using the December Release be sure to visit the ODBD Blog. Also, make sure you stop by each of the teammates blogs. They too have created projects to share with you! Hop along for more creative ideas and projects:

Julie * Chris * Lori * Dawn * Sandee * Paula * Cathy * Wanda * Stacy * Sabrina * Gracie (Guest Designer)

I hope you enjoyed seeing my card! Thanks so much for stopping by!



13 December 2014

Blog Hop + Blog Candy!

Welcome to the Ann Butler Designs/ETI Blog Hop! Since last month Ann Butler Designs team has shared many projects using beautiful resin pieces created with Enviromental Technologies products. Today, both ABD and ETI's designers are teaming up to share a variety of projects to inspire you. But not only do we have lots of ideas to share, we also have an amazing prize for you too!
I made a tag to share with you today. To make it I used many products from both ABD and ETI. I will guide you through the process with step by step instructions.



1. I die cut a window border on a kraft cardstock tag.
2. Then I roughly stamped and heat embossed in gold a couple of patterns from Faux Quilting stamp sets 1" Diamonds and Plaid and 2" Stripes, Dots, Hearts.
3. Next I sponged the tag with Ann Butler Crafter's Inks in Aquamarine, Limelight and Berry and heat embossed it.
4. I used the same inks to color two pieces of white crinkle ribbon and spritzed some water to blend it.
5. I stenciled the top corner of the tag with gold embossing paste.
6. I added one of the pieces of ribbon across the center of the tag.


7. I used pretty objects from my house to make molds with EasyMold Silicone Putty.
8. I made resin pieces using East Cast Clear Casting Epoxy.
9. I added Opaque Pigment - Opalescent to part of the resin mix before I poured it to the molds, but most of the was left crystal clear.
10. I finished the pieces with Resin Spray.
11. I sponged the opalescent resin frame with the same Ann Butler Crafter's Inks used for the tag, heat embossed it and sealed it with Resin Spray.
12. I adhered the resin pieces to the tag creating a cluster, with pearls and rhinestones.


13. I die cut a pretty label from white cardstock and sponged it with the same coordinating inks.
14. I stamped and heat embossed in gold a birthday sentiment in Portuguese on the label.
15. I adhered the label on top of the resin frame.
16. Finally I added the previously colored piece of crinkle ribbon to the tag's eyelet and added a few more pearls and rhinestones.

I hope you like my project and find my tutorial useful! For more projects and ideas you must checkout my teammates blogs!

Please visit each blog and leave a comment to be entered for the blog candy. Every comment earns an entry for the blog candy! We will Pick the winner on Saturday the 20th and announced on the Ann Butler Blog and ETI blog. Make sure you click on every link and leave a comment for a chance to win!

The giveaway includes:

Now it's time to hop. Follow the list below to visit all my teammates blogs. Comment on each blog to win an entry for the giveaway:

Thanks so much for stopping by today! Remember to subscribe to my blog for more projects and tutorials! 


11 December 2014

Steampunked Christmas Tag

Days are going by so fast and Christmas is right around the corner, so there's only a few more days left to make beautiful Christmas projects. Today I want to share a tag that I created for Sin City Stamps. To make it I used a very nice stamp set from Sin City Stamps called Steampunk'd Christmas. I honestly love how this tag turned out. I wish the photo made it justice!


To make my tag I followed these steps:

1. Stamp and heat emboss in gold the largest gear stamp on a beige cardstock tag. I stamped it twice.
2. Stamp and heat emboss in gold a post stamp on the tag too.
3. Apply Crafter's Ink in Aquamarine and Distress Ink in Vintage Photo to the tag using a sponge applicator.
4. Die cut three poinsettias in white and sponge with ink to match the tag's background.
5. Embellish the poinsettias with aquamarine pearl stickers.


6. Stamp the Christmas word sentiment to a piece of beige cardstock and cut a banner.
7. Apply inks to the banner to match the rest of the design.
8. Double mount the sentiment banner to the bottom of the tag using foam adhesive.
9. As a final touch, add jute twine around the poinsettia bouquet and a piece of gold ribbon to the tag eyelet. I roughly sponged aquamarine ink the the gold ribbon to give it a vintage look.


I want to dedicate this tag to my sister who is celebrating her birthday today! We wish you a wonderful year sister. Enjoy your day!

I hope you like my tag and tutorial! Remember that Sin City Stamps also has an inspiration blog where all the designers share their ideas and creativity. Make sure you stop by to check out their Christmas projects too!

Thank you for stopping by!

I'd like to submit my card to:
Christmas with Non-traditional colors - MilkCoffee Challenge

Christmas / Holiday Season - The Crafter's Cafe
Anything Christmas but a Card - Crafting for all Seasons
Mono Christmas - Crafty Ribbons Challenge
Frilly Christmas - Mod Squad Challenge

10 December 2014

Patterned Christmas Wishes

This week's challenge at Classy Cards 'n Such is focused on Christmas Wrappings. I went for a CAS, window card.


I started out by printing two digital patterned paper on Pearl White Linen. Then I cut the papers equally and then die cut a window on one of the layers, using Spellbinders Fancy Label Tags Two. I mounted the die cut layer on top of the other patterned piece using foam adhesive. Next I adhered a piece of Scor-Pal, 8 1/2" x 11" Double sided adhesive sheet to a piece of cardstock. I removed the backing and added a mix of Crystal Ice and Green Nugget glitters from Sparkle 'n Sprinkle. I adhered it to the center of the window with foam tape.

I stamped and heat embossed a sentiment from Hero Arts Friends are Treasures stamp set on  Heavyweight Vellum, using Silver Detail embossing powder. I added the vellum banner across the center of the window and tucked the ends, adhering them to the back of the layers with 1/2" Scor-Tape.


Finally I attached the layers with Scor-tape to a white card base I die cut with Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics A. I also embellished the vellum banner with three Baby Rhinestones - Silver.

Hope you enjoyed seeing my card. Thanks so much for stopping by today!

I'd like to submit my card to:
Frilly Fun - Mod Squad Challenge


06 December 2014

Vintage Blue Christmas

Christmas is approaching, and there can never be enough Christmas cards, right? Today's card is unusual for me, since it's blue! It sure is suitable for any recipient, because of it's classic design.




Supplies
A2 Matting Basics A 
Vintage Flourish Pattern
Fancy Label Tags One 
Fancy Label Tags Two
White Pearl Linen 
Baby Rhinestones - Silver
1/2" Scor-Tape

I used beige and blue metallic cardstocks together with blue patterned paper. I printed a Christmas tag on linen. Then I mounted the image on various labels, but they are actually altered. The image is directly adhered to a combination of two blue Spellbinders Fancy Label Tags One, which were glued one on top of the other and that ended up looking like and oval. Then I die cut a label from Spellbinders A2 Valiant Honor, to which I cut the sides, making it narrower. Finally I combined two Spellbinders Fancy Label Tags Two, to create a long rectangle.

I made the card base using Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics A. To add interest to the card base I die cut a beautiful blue frame (one of my favorites) with Our Daily Bread Designs' Vintage Flourish Pattern. Finally I decorated the image with a few Baby Rhinestones - Silver.

I love how these die cuts look together. The card ended up looking very elegant. I invite you to check out the supplies used from Classy Cards 'n Such store. Remember to use my code Gracie-10 to get 10% off your entire order (clearance products included)!

Thanks for stopping by!


05 December 2014

My Craft Spot - Guest Designer

I was lucky enough to be invited to guest design for My Craft Spot for a day. My Craft Spot is a stamp store that also carries dies, SVG files and embellishments. I've been admiring their stamps sets for quite a while and now through this opportunity I

I have two cards to share with you! In both I'm using a stamp set I love from My Craft Spot store: Clock Time.

Main Supplies

Clock Time stamp set
Dies - Spellbinders Rose Creations and A2 Matting Basics A, Our Daily Bread Designs Flourished Star Pattern, Cas-ual Fridays Casual Vine, MFT Notebook Paper, Cheery Lynn Designs English Tea Party Doily.
Inks - Ann Butler Crafter's Inks in Berry and Sunshine, Crafter's Ink in Snow, Iridiscent Paint in Berry
Enviromental Technologies - Easy Mold Silicone Putty, EasyCast resin, Opaque Pigment in white and red

Sparkle 'n Sprinkle embossing powder in Gold Detail
Adhesives - Crafter's Tape, Tacky Glue, Bazic Foam Tape
Dreamweaver Crackle Embossing Paste
Graciellie Design digital paper
Miscelaneous

Cardstocks: Linen textured cardstock in white, leather textured cardstocks in white and green, bond paper in pink
Embellishments - Burlap ribbon, pearl and crystal stickers, tulle
Homemade stencil

I went for a shabby chic style with my first card, using lots of texture and embellishments. To make the stamped and heat embossed clock image stand out I mounted it on top of a resin frame I made from scratch, and that I colored with Iridiscent Paint in Berry. I made some pretty shabby flowers and colored them with Crafter´s inks, trying to get different tones of pink by blending Berry and Sunshine inks. Besides all the layers added I applied crackle embossing paste too. To finish the card I stamped a beautiful sentiment from the same set on a piece of cardstock I ripped and sponged with ink.


Main Supplies

Clock Time stamp set
Dies - Spellbinders A2 Tranquil Moments, Poppy Stamps Village Lamp Post and Pine Garland, Our Daily Bread Designs Gilded Gate
Distress embossing ink
Sparkle 'n Sprinkle embossing powder in Gold Detail
Colorbox glitter in Winter Frost
Adhesives - Crafter's Tape, Tacky Glue, Bazic Foam Tape, Double sided adhesive sheet
ODBD Winter Collection Paper
Miscelaneous
Leather textured cardstock in white
AALD craft metal
Crystal stickers

My second card has a classy and elegant design. I wanted to make the clock stand out by adding it to the craft metal lamp post die cut. I created a window with the help of a beautiful frame die and stamped the sentiment on the center (or almost on the center) of the card. To finish the design I adhered some intricate gate/fence die cuts and a few leaves embellished with crystals. I love how well the metallic colors go together and how much they contribute to the final classic look of this card!

I want to thank Kimberly for her invitation. I have had so much fun with this amazing stamp set, and I know I will continue to enjoy it! I invite you to come check My Craft Spot blog where you'll find a daily dose of inspiration and creative ideas.

Thank you for taking time to read and check out my cards. I hope you liked my designs and feel inspired to try out this beautiful stamp set too!

I'd like to submit my card to:
Hiding in my Craft Room - Freestyle
Poppystamps - Sparkle and Shine



04 December 2014

Rustic Poinsettia Tag

Today I want to share a tag I made for this week's challenge at Classy Cards 'n Such: Christmas Tags.

I used a lovely pre-printed tag from Fancy Pants Designs' Burlaps and Bouquets collection. I picked the burned red and beige from the tag and added green as a third color, to create a nice, earthy combination. I used beige cardstock for the die cuts entirely and colored them with ink afterwards, that way I could have a hint of beige everywhere.


Main Supplies
Spellbinders Layered Poinsettia
Spellbinders New Fancy Label Tags One
Mini Ink Blending Tool
1/2" Scor-Tape 
Baby Pearls - LeCreme 

I die cut two small poinsettias, and cut some petals from a smaller flower for the leaves too, since the original leaf die was too large to fit the small tag. I colored the poinsettias with Barn Door distress ink and the leaves with Peeled Paint distress ink.

I die cut two coordinating labels with the new Spellbinders Fancy Label Tags One. I stenciled the labels with Peeled Paint distress ink, but I applied much less ink to the smaller one. Finally I stamped a sentiment from the new Our Daily Bread Designs' Silk Stars stamp set using Crafter's Ink in Bark. Half a dozen Baby Pearls finished the design, giving the flowers a delicate touch to contrast their rustic look!

I love how the tag turned out. It will certainly be added to a Christmas gift this year!

I hope you enjoyed seeing my little tag! Check out the supplies used on Classy Cards 'n Such store. I also invite you to browse the new products added recently and the clearance section for some great deals! If you missed our recent Black Friday sale, no worries... Use my code Gracie-10 so you can get 10% off your entire order, clearance products included! How about that?

Thanks so much for stopping by and until next time!

I'd like to submit my tag to:
Hiding in my Craft Room - Freestyle



01 December 2014

Our Daily Bread Designs - December Release

A new month is here and I'm delighted to let you know that once more I've been invited to join Our Daily Bread Designs for their new release! I'm having a great time creating with the beautiful new collections of dies and stamps, and I'm beyond thankful!

Today the design team has a wonderful array of samples to inspire you. I have two cards to share with you all.


For my first card, I made a large rosette by die cutting two frames with the Flourished Star Pattern, then cutting them in halves vertically, scoring each piece and finally adhering the pieces together.


I also die cut four Gilded Gates to create two borders for the background of the card. Finally I stamped one of the many lovely sentiments from the Mini Tags clear stamp set on a mini tag die cut, which I mounted on a larger coordinating tag label.

Supplies
Mini Tags die set
Gilded Gate die set
Flourished Star Pattern die set
Mini Tag Sentiments stamp set
The Gate stamp set
Christmas Paper Collection 2014


My second creation is a step card. I used craft metal for the gorgeous Gilded Gate die cuts. I used five gate die cuts, that I adhered together to cover the front of the first step. The second step was decorated with part of a Vintage Flourish Pattern frame. The final step was covered with a layer die cut with the largest frame from the recently released Flourished Star Pattern. I also added two coordinating Vintage Flourish Pattern labels that make the new sentiment from The Gate stamp set stand out nicely. I decorated the labels with some flourish die cuts on each side, but these are actually one little flourish label from the same set that I cut in half and adhered behind the silver label.

Supplies
Gilded Gate die set
Flourished Star Pattern die set
Vintage Flourish Pattern die set
The Gate stamp set
Patriotic Collection paper pack
Christmas Paper Collection 2014

GIVEAWAY
Three randomly selected winners will each receive a $25 gift certificate to the ODBD Store, to be used toward the purchase of ODBD Stamps found in the "stamps column" of the website just for commenting on the Design Team cards! You have until December 2, 2014 at 9:00 p.m. EST to leave your comments on the Designers Blogs for a chance to win! The Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on December 3rd, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!

Make sure to leave a comment on each of the teammates blogs listed below:

Julie * Chris * Cathy * Lori * Dawn * Sandee * Paula * Angie * Lisa * Audrey * Silke * Wanda * Grace * Gracie (you are here)

I hope you enjoyed seeing my two cards today! Remember that all the supplies used are listed and linked to the store. For more about the new release click here.

I invite you to follow me by email or join this site so you don't miss any the projects I'll be sharing throughout the month with you, using this gorgeous new release!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

PS: Thanks for all your kind words and encouraging comments!

I'd like to share my cards with:
Hiding in my Craft Room - Anything Goes

Craft-Dee Bowz - Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes 


House of Cards Blog Hop + Challenge + DT Call!


My oh my, I can't believe we've come to the end of our third term at House of Cards! Six months do go by fast! We are saying goodbye to some of our DT members and feel so grateful to those staying on. To say goodbye and thank you, we're celebrating with a blog hop!

The blog hop will run from December 1st at 6:00 AM CST through December 15th at noon CST. In addition to the hop, we are opening our Inlinkz for you to link up your project(s) and this time around we have got a gorgeous photo inspiration for your crafting enjoyment!


Here is the card I made using some lovely digis from Stitchy Bear and Eclectic Anthology:




If you've followed the hop from the start, you must have arrived here from Cohenna's blog. If you haven't, and you'd like to hop with us, please make sure you start there and continue through the whole thing for the most chances to win!

Of course, to give excitement to our hop we are having a massive amount of giveaways from an amazing selection of sponsors:

Here are all of our fabulous sponsors. Our team will be using a variety of products from these amazing companies!

Daydream Designs
Prize: $20 to their digital store
Deedee's Digis
Prize: Gift Card to the online store.
Eclectic Anthology
Prize: $50 gift voucher to the shop.
Great Impressions
Prize: Prize Package with 5 Stamps
Paper Sweeties
Prize: $20 gift voucher to the shop.

Stitchy Bear
Prize: $10 gift voucher to the shop.
 

Now get to hoppin'! Your next stop is Merethe's blog! Don't forget to link up a project with us after completing the hop for an extra chance to win a mystery prize from one of our fabulous sponsors too!

Hop order
Cornelia
Donna
Pat
Vannessa
Katy
Ang
Graciela - You are here!

Remember that this blog hop is also a challenge and a DT CALL! If you'd like to join the fun at House of Cards don't forget to add DT after your name on your inlinkz entry so you can be considered for the team!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

I'd like to submit my card to:
Christmas Card Challenges - Anything Goes 

Cheery Lynn Designs - 'Tis the Season
Hiding in my Craft Room - Anything Goes
Craft-Dee Bowz - Anything Goes

Catered Crop - Anything Goes
City Crafter - Favorite Techniques (shaped cards)
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes

28 November 2014

Textured Clay Leaves - Ann Butler Designs

I'm delighted to be back with a new card for Ann Butler Designs. I love the versatility of Ann's Faux Quilting rubber stamps and also her Crafter's Inks, so I decided to use the stamps to add texture to clay leaves and the inks to color them too.

TUTORIAL
I have a step by step tutorial on Ann Butler Design's blog! Click here to check it out!


Other
Avery Elle - Flower die
Fancy Pants Designs - Burlaps & Bouquets
Textured cardstocks in light yellow and white
Vellum
Large Pearl stickers

I adhered 4 of the leaves around a couple of cute flowers. I also colored the flowers, and the round white layer to which I added the bouquet, with Crafter's Inks in Berry and Sunshine. The Berry ink once combined with the yellow, became a nice, soft peach. The colors blended nicely giving the cardstock a dégradé effect! I used a piece of green patterned paper that goes along perfectly with the leaves and extends the texture and green tones to the card base.

This little squared card was finished with a heat embossed Spanish sentiment on a vellum banner.


I hope you liked my card! Thanks so much for stopping by!


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