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Polished Stone – Card 3

June 30, 2017

This is the last card I created whilst re-aquainting myself with this fabulous technique.  This time I applied three blue shades to my cotton ball – 3 drops of Soft Sky, 3 drops of Marina Mist and 2 drops of Pacific Point.  Once more this has created a beautiful focal piece for my card.  The Glossy White card is attached to scored and folded Thick A4 Whisper White card.  I punched one large and one small balloon from Whisper White card using the Balloon Bouquet Punch.  I also punched one large balloon from Pacific Point card.  I added Whisper White Solid Bakers Twine to the back of each of the balloons and attached them to the card front, the large Pacific Point and small Whisper White balloon are attached using dimensionals.  I stamped “let’s celebrate” from the Confetti Celebrations stamp set onto Whisper White card using Pacific Point ink and cut it out using an oval from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies.  I cut a scalloped oval from Pacific Point card using the Layering Ovals Framelits Dies.  The greeting is attached to the scalloped oval and the card front using dimensionals.  I also used a dimensional to anchor the ends of the balloon strings behind the greeting.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped, “time to Party” from the Confetti Celebrations stamp set using Pacific Point ink.

This card is destined to be part of an upcoming class at Beachmere where I will demonstrate the wonderful ways you can use this gorgeous Glossy White card.

Bye for now,

Kris

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