Looking for Spring Card Making Ideas?

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Are you feeling like it’s time to put away those winter stamps and are looking for spring card making ideas? We’ve got one right here for you that is quick and easy and gives you a chance to do some relaxing coloring. Take a peek:

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To create this card:

I used the Deckle Hills Die to cut 3 separate sheets of white card stock. On one of the sheets I stamped twice with distress oxide ink in the colour twisted citron the Distress Irregular Circle Strip Rubber Stamp.

I cut each panel shorter in width, distressed each edge in wilted violet oxide ink and layered on top of each other using the one with the stamped circles in the center of the stack.

I finished the card by stamping and fussy cutting the Daisy Bouquet #2 and gluing to the front of my card. The sentiment Your Blooming Marvelous stamped In Versamark Ink and heat embossed in clear was added to a simple white card stock rectangle and glued on top of the flowers.

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For the flowers I used the following Copic markers; V09, V06, V01, YG01, YG25. Here’s a close up of those pretty purple daisies:

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Crafty Hugs,


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