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Hello Lovely Card by Isha Gupta

Hello Everyone! Hope you are enjoying the May challenge on our facebook group and the theme is "Nature". It's a perfect theme for these times. I decided to use heat embossing onto the embossed paper using an embossing folder. This gives a nice organic effect. The powder will stick to the raised areas and this enhances the effect.

I started by creating a white cardbase. I then cut a mat layer using black cardstock. Emboss this panel using the embossing folder "Weathered" by Taylored Expressions.The stamps and dies are Watercolor Flowers by Gina K Designs.
Take the embossed panel, swipe the slow drying ink pad lightly onto the raised surface. By doing it with a light hand, we will ensure that the raised parts only will get the ink. Sprinkle the Pearl Gold Sparkle embossing powder and heat set it using the dual heat tool.

Cut this panel as per the card photo and adhere it to the card. Flick black ink and stamp the sentiment.

For the floral cluster, I stamped the images and heat emboss them. I used Primary Parma Violet, Primary Marshmallow and Sunflower for the flowers. I used Lime Rickey for the leaves.Create the cluster and adhere it to the card. I added 3d foam to a couple of flowers to get more depth, dimension and interest to the cluster.

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  1. Such pretty colours on the embossed flowers Isha, and I love the way you have picked out the raised areas with gold on the background embossing. A beautiful card. x


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