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    • Leslie Newnam

      For this card I stamped and embossed (with white embossing powder), the Flower Dot Pattern stamp on white cardstock. Then I cut it up into 4 rectangles all the same size and covered each one with Ranger Distress Ink. The stamped embossed image resisted the ink and allowed the design to come through. I then adhered all 4 rectangles to a white cardstock piece, creating equal margins. I finished it off with the stamped sentiment banner (directions copied from her blog)

    • Tina Dickman

      Supplies Hero Arts 'Flower Dot Pattern' Stamp Hero Arts 'Essential Messages' Clear Stamp Set Hero Arts 'Earth' Notecards Hero Arts Pearls Hero Arts White Embossing Powder Hero Hues Black ink Other: Studio Calico Butterfly, Neenah Cardstock, Ranger Distress Ink For this card I stamped and embossed (with white embossing powder), the Flower Dot Pattern stamp on Neenah white cardstock. Then I cut it up into 4 rectangles all the same size and covered each one with Ranger Distress Ink. T

    • Megan Rose

      cute card ideas

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