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Thu 16

You Make Me Smile Card
by Isha Gupta

Hello Everyone! It’s Isha today sharing a Clean and Simple card using various embossing powders onto the die-cuts.

Clean and Simple doesn’t mean you can’t play with techniques you love. It’s simply lots of white space. Today, I decided to play with some special embossing powders.


I started by creating a white card base. I then cut a white mat layer and die-cut a circle. I adhered a piece of vellum behind the circle. I sponged some distress ink onto the cardbase where the circle will come.

Adhere the mat layer to the cardbase.

I die-cut the floral wreath, applied versamark ink and added white pearl WOW! embossing powder. I adhered the wreath around the circle. I die-cut the butterfly, applied the versamark ink and embossed using WOW! Black Magic embossing powder. This makes the butterfly look so pretty and unique.


To finish, I stamped and embossed the sentiment and adhered it to the butterfly.

Hope you enjoyed this CAS card using specialty embossing powders. Have a nice day!







This is SO BEAUTIFUL, Isha!!! LOVE the Sophia Butterfly with the Devonshire Wreath! JUST STUNNING! ;)

Such a pretty card, Isha! Love it.

lovely - thanks you for sharing - love love the layout!

Lovely combo of the dies, that embossing powder on the butterfly is so pretty!

The butterfly and vines look great together.

Fabulous card, and love so much the look of the butterfly!!

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