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Beautiful Blooms - Sweet Rose Card

Jill here on the Blog for Kennedy Grace Creations.
I am so excited  to be joining the Design Team here.  For my first card using stamps from Kennedy Grace Creations,  I wanted to create a window card with the sentiment on the inside panel. For that window, I used a MFT's die (I actually die cut it at the end of  making the card).  So first things first. I stamped and masked the rose images (three in all), then used an Altenew stencil with their shimmer ink spray for the background.  It is very shimmery, which you can't really see here. Once dry, I removed the masks and began my Copic coloring.  I wanted the yellow roses to be very light, so I left some white edges along some of the petals. However, they didn't end up as light as I had wished.  The pink is a nice dusty rose color which I think complements the yellow quite well.  Once the leaves were done, I went to work on the window portion of the card.  I die cut the window, then mounted the panel onto some fun foam for dimension. I then mounted that onto a NSW #110 card base that I had die cut out the window in the same location as the stamped panel.  I then stamped and embossed the birthday sentiment inside the window.  I added some sequins from Kennedy Grace Creations as well. It was a complimentary pack, so I don't know the name.  I also decided to cut down the size of the card so that the stamped panel was only 4" in height. That allowed me to color the bottom edge of the card with the Gold Wink of Stella, which I also added to the middle of the flowers.  I was very happy with how this card came out, using products that I had never used before.

I hope you enjoyed this, happy stamping!

Jill

Supplies:

Kennedy Grace Creations (KGC) Stamp- Beautiful Blooms- Sweet Rose
KGC sequins
Altenew Metallic Shimmer Ink Spray- Sea Glass
Altenew Stencil- Watercolor Lines
MFTs Stitched Sentiment Window
Fun Foam
Copic Markers
Wink of Stella (clear and gold)
Versafine Onyx Ink
Clear Embossing Powder
Ranger Multi-Medium Matte

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  1. Beautiful card Jill!! I love that tiny window for the sentiment.

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