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Spring mixed media card

Hello, dear friends!
Victoria is on the blog today with some inspiration for our monthly challenge "Spring". Is your spring warm and sunny? We, in Ukraine, have an early spring and warm weather this year and blooming flowers will fill the city soon! So my spring card is very bright and shiny!Iэму made the background using texture paste, stencil, sprays. Also I did some heat embossing with stamps Hearts & Twine andWall Art  sets with WL14R Colour Blend - Yum Yum Bubblegum and WL19R Colour Blend - Oasis.
For embellishing the card I heat embossed few chipboard pieces with WL11R Colour Blend - IrisWL12R Colour Blend - Misty SkyWL14R Colour Blend - Yum Yum BubblegumWL19R Colour Blend - OasisWS145 Fairy Tale powders.
WS145 Fairy Tale is one of my new favs, it is warm gold with holographic glitter and looks amazing!
I am addicted to the new Sparkles glitter, so I used SPRK002 Celebration SPARKLES, SPRK005 Santorini SPARKLESSPRK010 Prom Queen SPARKLES and some beads with clear medium to add more shine to the card.


The back of the card is also decorated with heat embossing and sparkles.


Hearts & Twine (by Marion Emberson) - Clear Stamp Set

Wall Art (by Marion Emberson) - Clear Stamp Set
SPRK002 Celebration SPARKLES 
SPRK005 Santorini SPARKLES
SPRK010 Prom Queen SPARKLES
WL11R Colour Blend - Iris
WL12R Colour Blend - Misty Sky
WL14R Colour Blend - Yum Yum Bubblegum
WL19R Colour Blend - Oasis
WS145 Fairy Tale
Wow Clear Ultra Slow Drying Embossing Pad

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Comments

  1. What a beautiful card with lovely spring colors !

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  2. What a delightful piece of work Victoria, full of interest and using such pretty spring colours. x

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  3. Victoria, this is absolutely stunning!!
    hugs,Jackie ")

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