Music & Violin with Lisbeth Bengtsson

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Lisbeth has a very magical way of bring things to life with her coloring. Today she has brought to life Music & Violin (729-08). Then to give the receiver of this card a bit of a giggle she used Not hear the music (823-03) stamp. We love the way she can make you say wow and giggle at the same time using our stamps in her creations. 

Lisbeth also used some very fun die cuts with her cards as well. For the sentiment she used Nested Circle Die Cut Set (5002D), which is very handy to give sentiments that nice finishing touch. She also used the Small Frame Dies Set (950D) to give the Music & Violin a nice layered look.  She made her finishing touches on the card with the beautiful Leaf Die Set (5130D) and the Small Tremble Clef Die Cut (5100-05D). The whole card together looks magnificent. 

We hope you enjoy her project today, remember to come back every day and check out what we have that is new and inspiring from our ladies. Check out  Lisbeth’s Blog to see more of this card and the information about what she used or did with it, you can CLICK HERE

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