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Aqua Blossom

Happy Friday Crafting Friends :) 

It's time for friends with flair over at the Unity Blog. I love seeing all the creations on Friday's :)
Here is this weeks entry,  I used the Angie girl: Dream with your Heart kit and the Happy Birthday sentiment. Can you tell I love embossing powder? It is very addictive :) I sponged the card with ColorBox Aqua ink and stamped the smaller flowers with VersaMark ink then embossed it in white. I stamped the larger flowers on to vellum and embossed them also. Then glued them around the edge of the inked section.

  
Hope you like my card :) This will probably be my last post for a while I am flying home to Scotland tomorrow for Christmas. So  I won't get a chance to make anything unless I take some supplies on the plane - which I  might :)  Thanks for visiting have a great weekend :) 




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  1. This is gorgeous! I have recently discovered embossing powder and am quickly becoming addicted too :)

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  2. Beautiful, Mandi! Love the white emboss on the aqua base.

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  3. awesome card!!....have a great trip!

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  4. Beautiful color and flowers! The vellum flowers are lovely. Safe travels to you.

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  5. I am seriously in love with your vellum flowers. They are just so lovely and fabulous and look so perfect over the embossed flowers in the back.

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  6. Beautiful card, Mandi!! Love the colour and design. Enjoy your Christmas is Scotland - it's a beautiful country!! Safe travels.

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  7. Eeek! This is stunning. That color is perfect and those flowers--wow! Gorgeous!

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  8. Mandi, I love how the embossing looks like lace. Have a wonderful Christmas!

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  9. This is just so beautiful Mandi. Have a great visit in your homeland.

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  10. Oh this is beautiful !! LOVE the embossing and the flowers.. wow!

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  11. Stunning! love it!!!! i want to try with the vellum flowers

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  12. What a beautiful card! Hope you have a safe and fun trip back home! :)

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