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Thank You

Good Day Everyone!
It's Sheena Joy from Joy's Studio sharing a floral thank you card that I made with the beautiful Grace's Happy Heart stamp set:
 This is the stamp set that I used (Grace's Happy Heart):




A Peek Inside The Card
I started by using a stitched rectangle die with cream card stock. After that, I made a partial die cut circle towards the top using a stitched circle die and a craft knife to have the semi-circular shape on top. I gold embossed one of the floral images from the stamp set within the circle and colored it with Persian Blue (032) and Green (040) Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers using a wet brush.

The "thank you" was cut from a Hero Arts die that was gold embossed and adhered with a glue pen. This front panel was put on fun foam and adhered to the dark gray card base, I tucked a gold thread nest under the top portion for added interest. I then embellished with the gorgeous Isabella's Dream sequin mix (photo below) which brought out the blue and added sparkle.
For the inside of the card I cut out a stitched rectangle piece again then used gold embossing with the same floral image adding the same colors as the front of the card. The friendship sentiment was stamped with a Momento Dew Drop ink pad (Danube Blue). I again embellished with Isabella's Dream sequins.

Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today, I hope  that you found some inspiration!

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Take care and come back again!

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