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Bloom Where You are Planted April 3, 2016

Posted by Danielle in Crafts.
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This card is for the Imagine That! digis by Kris Facebook DT call.

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For this card, I started with some Desert Storm Kraft cardstock.  I love how it embosses, and I think it’s a fantastic neutral card base that works for many different styles.

The image is Leesa’s Tulip, and I think she is perfect for Spring!  Not to say that I would know what spring is right now since we had snow today and are forecast to have more tomorrow – hoping none of it sticks!  She is printed on Neenah Solar White 80# cardstock and colored with the following Copic markers: 110, E07, E30, E31, E50, E55, E57, N0, N2, R08, R20, RV0000, RV00, RV02, RV04, RV06, YG13, and YG21.  Then, I used Sizzix Decorative Frames dies to cut the image, a frame, and a mat.  The frame is cut from some scrap paper from my stash, and the bottom mat is cut from green glitter paper.  I used some foam tape to pop up the cute little sentiment.

If you’re interested in applying for Kris’s Facebook Design Team, you can find the details here.

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1. Karen Stark - April 3, 2016

Such a beautiful spring card!

2. Judy Garrelts - April 3, 2016

What a cute card!!! I love the embossing folder you chose for the background – perfect! And your coloring is fantastic! The image is so sweet and its all so Spring’y!
Thank for sharing,
Judy

3. Kris - April 3, 2016

Such a pretty card Danielle! I agree, that neutral bg is nice and love the embossing. Your li’l colorful layer behind the girl is just enough to bring all the colors together – and I love how you colored the sentiment too! Very cute- thanks so much for entering our DT call 🙂

4. Fran - April 4, 2016

What a pretty card Danielle. The image is adorable and I love how you colored the image. The shading is right on! I hope you make the DT. Hugs, Fran


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