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This card is going to Arlene in California. I decided to use both techniques as my card design choices this month. The card base is embossed with a folder. The focus panel is colored with watercolors, and then some embossing powder was dribbled on and heated in various places. To finish it off a die cut flower was stacked 3 high and the center of the flower was gold heat embossed. After adhering it to the water color panel a string bow was added. This panel was then adhered to the card base with foam tape.
I decided against a sentiment.
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Beautiful!! I especially like the way you designed the background.
WOW this card is so striking Cat. Fabulous texture and wonderful colour....I love it x.
I really love this one Cat. That panel looks amazing on the embossed background and the embossing on the panel add extra interest but doesn't detract from that gorgeous die cut flower. That string bow is a perfect finishing touch xx
Super gorgeous!! So colorful and beautiful!! Love all the detail!!
fantastic background - love it with the simple white flower!
Wonderful color and texture on a very special card!
Such a pretty background that's perfect for this wonderful die cut flower!
Beautiful colors and layers, such a great card
Thank you so much for this lovely card and the wonderful die cuts too.
Lovely layers my friend!
Such a beauty & love the design, Cat!
Oh, my word, I'm in awe! This blows me away completely. It's sooooo beautiful!
Just love the pop of white flower atop that gorgeous panel, Cat! Perfect on the embossed card!!
Gorgeous, Cat ... yummy texture ... such lovely interest in those delicious blue and green hues ... and how crisp and fresh is the flower ... love it! Hugs, Anita :)
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