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Soar Confidently

February 25, 2021

Yesterday in my Facebook Live I shared some cards I made using the Soar Confidently stamp set and today I have another set of three using the same stamp set. To begin I embossed Basic White card using the Absolutely Argyle 3D Embossing Folder. I attached strips of two different patterns from the Well Suited Designer Series Paper to the embossed card before attaching the whole panel to scored and folded Pacific Point card

I cut the second largest oval from Basic White card using the Layering Oval Dies. I cut the largest scalloped oval from Pacific Point card using the Layering Oval Dies. I used my scissors to create a wavy pattern on one end of a post-it-note.

I attached the post it note to the Basic White oval and used a Blending Brush to add Pacific Point ink. I moved the post-it-note and continued to add Pacific Point ink using the Blending Brush until the whole oval was covered. I hope it kind of looks like a cloudy sky. I attached the Basic White oval to the Pacific Point scalloped oval and then the card front using dimensionals. I stamped the balloon image from the Soar Confidently stamp set onto Basic White card using Night of Navy ink. I cut out the balloon and attached it to the layered oval dies. I stamped “Birthday Wishes” from the Itty Bitty Birthday stamp set onto Basic White card using Night of Navy ink and punched each end using the Lovely Labels Pick a Punch. I attached the greeting across the oval panel. I loved this card and decided to create two more exactly the same way using the other two images from the Soar Confidently stamp set.

I think they look great, don’t you?

Bye for now,

Kris

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