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Facebook Birthday with The Project Bin

Hello, hello.....

I am on The Project Bin blog today with a super simple, super easy peasy Mr. Sneezy card that you can recreate in minutes.
Free downloadable tutorial and link to the beautiful papers.

Come on over for a looky!

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Happy Ending

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Got a couple of new things from Penny Black and had to try them out.
This is either a really late Valentine's card, or better yet, I will save it for the hubby for our anniversary.

I am also playing in a couple of challenges with this little pretty!

Flowers were inked with Spectrun Noir watercolor markers (first time using them and I LOVE them).

Edge was die cut with Pop on a Fold.

Red background was stamped with a script and heat set with Iridescent powder.

Penny Black:  Magnolia Rhapsody, Love Chapter stamps, Pop on a Fold die
Crafter's Companion:  Spectrum Noir watercolor markers
Imagine Crafts:  VersaFine Onyx Black ink, Iridescent powder, VersaMark ink

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Butterfly Swell with Memory Box

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This little beauty is on the Memory Box blog today.

Come on over for a visit.

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Bursting with Joy!

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I am just bursting with JOY because I am able to play in the new Pin-Sights challenge at Ellen Hutson:

I spy with my little eye...a lot of green and metallic gold

Starting off with White cardstock, then embossing it with a Quilt folder.

Inked the Quilted panel with distress inks Cracked Pistachio, Lucky Clover and Mowed Lawn.
I do love how the blending tool left the white creases!!!

I used my PicScan to make exact die cuts of the Bold Blooms stamp set.
The flowers are inked with Delicata Golden Glitz, the leaves are inked with Lucky Clover, then pounced with Golden Glitz, then painted with Spectrum Noir Sparkle pen.
Sentiment from the Lovely stamp set is heat embossed on Vellum.
I used a Golden Glitz reinker as my "paint", and flicked across card front.

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