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Happy Friday Friends :)

I hope you all had a good week. Here is the card I made for this weeks friends with flair today.




 I used two stamps on this card. The hearts are from the You are my Main Squeeze stamp set. The sentiment is from the Strength & Dignity KOM 11/13.  The vibrant pink colour is Picked Raspberry distress ink that I sponged all over the card. I embossed the hearts with white embossing powder. I really like he effect it created it looks almost like chalk. 

Have a great weekend :)

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  1. LOVE THIS! Great way to use those hearts! The white embossing on the raspberry ink is stunning!

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  2. Great card. I like the embossing and color

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  3. Love those embossed hearts, Mandi! This is a great card...very intense! Love it!

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  4. such a pretty valentine card! the embossed hearts really pop with that bright background
    -Rachel w k
    rwkrafts.com

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