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Fri 13

Hello Card
by Donna Sledzik

 

Good morning everyone,

Today's card uses an exclusive stamp set that is part of Simon Says Stamptember event. Please check out Laura's post yesterday for more information or hop over to Simon Says Stamp blog. 

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I used a spotlight stamping technique for this card.  

On a white cardstock panel I stamped my image with Vintage Photo Distress ink.  I stamped on another strip of white cardstock with black ink and colored that image with colored pencil.

I lightly sponged Antique Linen Distress ink on both panels and spattered them with black and brown inks. Once the ink was dry I used foam tape and adhered my colored strip on top of the stamped panel.  I just matched up my image so it looks like one continuous pattern.  

I die cut the word hello several times from black cardstock and glued them together.  This gives the word a little more dimension. 

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To finish the card, I stamped my sentiment under the word hello and added some black epoxy dots to the card front.  

I hope you stop by the Simon Says Stamp blog to get more inspiration!

Have a great day!

Donnasignature

 

 

 

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Comments

love this design!

Beautiful! TFS

such a pretty card, Donna! love it!

Awesome exclusive set! Love the floral design and the way you spotlighted a portion of the image!

Haven't seen Spotlighting in a long time...this is a lovely card!

Stunning!

Love this. It is gorgeous. I want to try that technique.

gorgeous job with this technique!

love to see this. i will try to make it at home

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