I cut out a bunch of shapes using wild wasabi, marina mist, hello honey, and elegant eggplant cardstock from the Botanical Builder Framelits. I stamped some of the floral images from the Botanical Blooms stamp set onto a piece of whisper white cardstock in the upper left hand corner. I then layered the die cuts together using glue dots and dimensionals.
I then flicked some marina mist and elegant eggplant ink and added the hello sentiment. Are you wondering how I got the Hello thinlit cutout to be so small?!? It's top secret! No, actually I cut out the sentiment from a piece of white craft foam sheet and then heated it to shrink the cutout. I pushed the shrunken cutout into my hello honey ink pad. Do take note it takes a long time for the ink to dry on the cutout so you might want to dab some of the ink off with a paper towel.
I added a few rhinestones to the flowers and scattered around the hello. I then layered this on a piece of elegant eggplant which was layered onto a card base cut from thick whisper white cardstock.
I am sad to announce that no one comments on my blog post from Monday, so that means there is no one to send the giveaway prize too. That won't discourage me from continuing to post and do videos. It takes time so thank you to everyone who stops by and reads my posts. I do love comments so please drop me a comment if you have the time.
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