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Shabby Chic Heart

A new challenge is up at Classy Cards 'n Such: Shabby Chic Heart. The inspiration photo is beautiful! I hope you find time to join us this week! Here is the card I created for the challenge.

Supplies
Dies: Cheery Lynn English Tea Party. Spellbinders: Mary Border Strip, A2 Matting Basics. ODBD Flourished Star Pattern.

Stamps: Parisian Postcard
Inks / Paints: Distress Ink in Worn Lipstick, Distress Re-inker in Spun Sugar, White Crafter's ink to emboss, white acrylic paint.
Paper: White Pearl Linen, Heavyweight Vellum

Tools: Empty Spritzer Bottle, Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool, brush
Adhesives: 1/2" Scor-tape, Uhu silicone glue, Bazic two sided foam tape
Embellishments: 3/8" pink gross grain ribbon, 7/8" white lace
Other: Sparkle 'n Sprinkle White Detail embossing powder, Makin's Clay in white, Easy Mold Silicone Putty


To learn how I made this card make sure you click HERE.

Classy Cards 'n Such is currently carrying my new stamp set Parisian Postcard and you can get it with a 10% off discount if you use my code Gracie-10! I encourage you to visit the store and check out all the sales going on now!

I hope you liked my shabby chic card! Thanks for your visit. Have a blessed and creative weekend!


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