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Vintage Tea - Copic Coloring and Heat Embossing

Hello crafty friends! Meghan here, to share a fast, clean and simple card using the Vintage Tea stamp set and sentiment from Beautiful Blooms- Sunflower.




The pink card base was turned into a background by repeat stamping 'Life is Better with Friends' sentiment stamp with VersaMark ink. I then added white embossing powder and heat set for a smooth and raised finish.



I stamped and colored the gorgeous teapot on some Neenah Classic Crest 80lb cardstock. I colored using Copic markers and fussy cut out the image. I adhered it to the card base using foam adhesive. To add some finishing touches I simply colored the roses on the teapot with Wink of Stella shimmer brush pen and added some fabulous Kennedy Grace Creations sequins. Hope you like my clean and simple friendship card!





~Meghan

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