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Introducing Wonderful Romance

The working week is upon me, and much to my dismay I didn't get much crafting achieved over the weekend.... I did spend a day shopping in search of shoes, but that is another story, and it didn't have a happy ending for my wardrobe, but did for my credit card, lol.

Speaking of shoes, I do have a thing for them, some would possible say a "romance", so when I had no luck with a shoe purchase, I opted for the next best thing, stamping! and used the Wonderful Romance stamp set for the first time (Wonderful Romance with me and shoes, there is a description, and lets not get started on handbags, hahaha)



The lay out of my card was inspired by this weeks Freshly Made Sketches challenge, I really enjoyed the square shape:

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After Copper embossing the design on my mini note card, I applied Mint Macaron and Highland Heather with an aqua painter, then die cut before sponging a little Crumb Cake on the edges. To continue with the rustic theme, I ruffed up the edges of my Mint Macaron layer, then wrapped Copper Metallic Thread around the layers before adhering to the Soft Suede base.  I also sponged the edge of the sentiment die cut, isn't it gorgeous, it's from the coordinating thinlets.



And there you have it, a mini note card measuring 9.9 x 9.9 cm, by using this measurement you can create 3 cards out of 1 piece of A4 card stock.

Ink: Mint Macaron, Highland Heather, VersaMark, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake
Cardstock: Whisper White, Mint Macaron, Soft Suede
Embellishments: Copper Metallic Thread, Copper embossing powder


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  1. Love your card! Hsve this set/bundle and will try to CASE your idea!

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    1. Thanks Carol, it'a gorgeous bundle, I'm going to be using it more for sure

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  2. Love this! I always forget that I've got copper embossing powder hiding in my stash and I should remember to use it more because it is so pretty! And I love the hint of color that you've added. I, too, have a "romance" for shoes. You can never have enough, in my opinion! Thanks for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

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    1. oh a girl after my own heart for shoes! I agree, no such thing as to many!

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