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Thoughts and Prayers

Hello! Rachel here today with a pink inspired sympathy card.


I started my card by cutting a panel of white cardstock to the size of an A2 card. Next, I cut the border at the bottom so that the card base could be seen. I stamped my flower image onto the left side of the panel using my MISTI and then colored it in with my Copics. (R22, R20, R11, YG99, YG97, YG95, C3, C1, C00) When my image was finished, I used my MISTI again to line up my sentiment starting with "prayers" and then placing the smaller pieces after it was stamped. I stamped my sentiment in Versamark ink and then heat embossed in gold. Next, I set aside my panel and then started work on my card base.

I cut a base from some Blushing Bride cardstock and then used Versamark ink and clear embossing powder to create a tone on tone effect. Because of the heat embossing on the base, I had to use a heavy-duty adhesive to keep my panel adhered. Be Creative Double-sided tape is perfect for this! I decided not to add any sequins to the card to keep it flat for mailing.



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  1. So pretty. I have the prayers set and love how you paired it together with the Time to Blossom set.

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