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I created a 2-for-1 this time. When I designed the Blissful stamp set, I already wanted to create a 2-for-1 with it. :D I colored it with Altenew watercolors, added details with colored pencils and created a background with Altenew's Vintage Tapestry 3d embossing folder + ink blending.
Altenew 3D embossing folder - Vintage Tapestry
Derwent Inktense pencils
Use MS PowerPoint to arrange the floral image so that it is large enough to be the focal point for two A2 cards. I used A2 sized rectangle shapes on the PowerPoint slide to guide me with the sizing.
Print with a laser printer on Canson mix media paper.
Also print sentiments.
Die cut around the sentiments with Memory Box Wrapped Stitch rectangles die set to create two panels.
Use the Altenew 3D embossing folder - Vintage Tapestry to add details to each rectangle panel.
Ink blend on this embossed backgrounds on three sides and set them aside.
Cut out the Blissful stamp image using Brother scan-and-cut (or any other method like fussy cutting). Color using Altenew watercolors and add details with Derwent pencils.
Lay down the colored image on one card panel and die cut it with the same rectangle dies so that it adds a stitched border to the design. Repeat with the remaining part of image and the second panel.
Assemble both cards and embellish with Pretty Pink Posh Ivory gems.
Mount on card base and call it done. :-)
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