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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Thanks Card-May Arts/UmWow/Avery Elle


Thank you so much for stopping by on the May Arts- UmWow/Avery Elle blog hop today:)  I have a fun little card I created for the occasion. 

Directions:  Apply a small amount of the Metalic Silver Embossing paste to the center of the card, before the paste dries press your clean stamp into the paste and you will get this fun texture.  Finish decorating your card as you desire.
May Arts Ribbon used:
412 Bakers Twine
439 Flowers
437 Beads
XL16 Leaves
456 Velvet
EA01 wrinkle ribbon

Other Supplies:
Avery Elle-Texture Tiles "Be Cool"
UmWow-Butterfly confetti
Dreamweaver-Metalic Silver embossing paste
DCWV-Pattern paper
Momenta-Thanks sticker

Make sure you stop and take a look at everyones work for your chance to win The giveaway is 3 prize packs of:
  • 1 Stamp Set
  • 1 roll of ribbon
  • 1 mask, flair set & layered chipboard set
To enter post a comment on each MA/UWS/AE blogs..
Have a great rest of the week,
Jenifer

11 comments:

  1. DELIGHTFUL card Jenifer!!!
    Such a pretty design, especially with the GORGEOUS flower and floating butterflies!!!

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  2. So pretty! That white flower and ribbon are just beautiful!

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  3. What a great idea with the embossing paste, I will have to try that one!!

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  4. Beautiful card.
    Thanks for sharing
    this technique on
    the paste.
    Carla from Utah

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  5. Love how you stamped into the embossing paste!! Great texture! The butterflies are delightful and the flower and ribbon are making me swoon! TFS!

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  6. Your card is so lovely. I like the paste technique you used. Thanks for sharing your idea with us.

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  7. Beautiful card! I love the flower and butterflies, thanks for sharing.

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  8. Delightful and creative card!. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Such a lovely card! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. This is a beautiful card. I love the way you used the wire on the butterflies!

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