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Greatest Greetings | #WWYS68

Happy Monday! It's What Will You Stamp? time, this weeks featured stamp set is Greatest Greetings

I've chosen So Saffron as the pop of colour as a special Hooray to my daughter who completed her Karate grading for her Yellow Belt - well done sweetie! 


I wanted the "belt" to be the focal point of the card, so I lightly embossed the Whisper White background with the Confetti TIEF to add texture, but not take focus off the banner sentiment. Just love how this colour combination turned out!


This embossing folder has such a cute party/celebration theme to it and only the outer edges of the card are embossed with the folder, leaving an oval in the centre for your sentiment or image 


Swirly Scribbles aren't just circles! - I die cut a large Swirly Scribble, then snipped it to create an oval to fit the edge of the embossing, swirled some gold thread, and mounted my belt/banner over the gap and here you have it!


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  1. Nice work Sue! This was a tough one and you really made the verse the focal.

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