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Lovely Lattice Birthday

January 18, 2019

My friend Sandra celebrated her birthday recently and I thought I would share the card I made for her.  I used the largest of the ovals from the Layering Ovals Framelits Dies to cut a window in Very Vanilla card.  I embossed the card using the Layering Leaves Dynamic Embossing Folder.  I stamped the image from the Lovely Lattice stamp set onto Vellum card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I flipped the image over and coloured it from the back using the Dark Rich Razzleberry, Dark Old Olive, Light Daffodil Delight and Light Smoky Slate Stampin’ BlendsOnce coloured I cut out the image and attached it to a piece of Very Vanilla card.  I attached the embossed Very Vanilla card over the top so you could see the stamped image.  The whole piece is attached to scored and folded Rich Razzleberry card.  I stamped the floral image once more onto Vellum card and coloured it as before.  This time I cut out certain sections of the image which I attached to the card front using dimensionals.  You can see the dimensionals through the Vellum but not so that it spoils the look.  Lastly, I added some Basic Rhinestones to the centres of the flowers.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the floral image once more onto Vellum and coloured the large flower and leaves, which I cut out and attached to the lower left hand corner of Very Vanilla card.

The Lovely Lattice stamp set  is one of the stamp sets that you can earn for free with a qualifying order during Sale-a-bration.  So don’t forget to place your order, there are so many gorgeous products available for free and there will be a few more free products released on the 15th February too!

Hope you had a fabulous birthday Sandra.

Bye for now,


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