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Stamps – Medallion, Loving Thoughts Ink & Paper – Whisper White, Sahara Sand, Versamark Accessories – heat tool, white embossing powder, sponge, 1 3/4″ circle punch, dimensionals, jumbo pearl, organza ribbon

PUNCH TRICK - Blossom Petals Builder Punch to create a paper embellishment - bjl

Would make a great set with different colors and sayings. Maybe move medallion to top left corner. Pretty in purple. :-)

By Donna Mikasa. Stamp background text with a soft ink. For the flower, use a stamp with a lot of negative space. Ink with VersaMark & stamp onto background. Emboss in clear. Sponge bundled sage onto leaf areas and light pink onto flower areas. Then add some darker pinks to parts of the flowers and peeled paint to parts of the leaves. With wet paintbrush, blend the pink inks & then the green inks. Cut mat to size & attach to card base. Add embellishments & sentiment.

Something very elegant about this card. Will have to find a stamp set to give it ago.

Stamp Sets - PTI Flutterby Friends, Friendship Jar - Summer Fillers, Make a Wish Cardstock - Stampers Select White Ink - CTMH Garden Green, Hollyhock and Black PTI Pint Jar die Velvet ribbon Copics - B000, G82, G85, R32

Eraser Spot Stamps – Eraser spot stamps are an easy way to decorate any paper goods!

Fall Card made using French Foilage Stamp set from Stampin' Up!

By Kailash29 at Flickr. Uses Hero Arts stamp "Leafy Vines." Slice about 1/2" off right side of card front. Stamp. Add butterfly. Stamp sentiment on inside of card so that it shows when card is closed.

I don't do quilling but for this I might make an exception!...

Pretty shaped edge... you could easily do this with any stamp design... stamp the images along the edge of your card then fussy cut around - sweet!