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Shabby Chic Mini

Happy 4th of July to my friends in the US! Today I want to share two mini cards I made inspired by Tricia from the Mod Squad challenge. It's no secret this is one of my favorite challenges out there and so I couldn't resist to create some cards for it.

Here is my mini shabby chic card using my new papers Keys & Roses available here.



I hope you like it! I enjoyed making it very much and I love how it looks, so soft and pretty!

Next, I'll post my second mini card, so stay tuned!


This card is participating in:
Marvelous Mini - Mod Squad  
Cards that move / Anything Goes - Dazzling Diva
Anything Goes - Word Art Wednesday 



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  1. I love this card. The colors and the layers. How big is the card?

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    1. Thank you! This card is exactly 3"x3". I used a Spellbinders classic square die to cut the base.

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  2. Hullo Gracie.. thanks so very much for popping over and joining my blog.. Will welcome you and link over on next post.. will check out your freebie too thanks Shaz.x

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  3. This is so pretty! I like the embossing that you did for the sentiment. It is so pretty against the dies and paper! Thanks for playing in the challenge!

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  4. Beautiful layering of die cuts! Thanks for joining in with Dazzling!

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