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Thank you card

Hi there, I've been making lots of cards recently and here's a little Thank you card for a dear person that I made using mixed media, a.k.a., a bunch of stuff from my stash. The owl stamp is just beautiful, but it is so diminutive, that I was afraid it would get lost in the context of the card. To make him stand out, I stamped the image twice, cutting away the flower detail on the bottom, then adding it as a second layer to add dimension. I also stamped and added my own doodles to the background, and I made the flowers by layering stamped images that I also embossed. I hope you enjoy it!


I also "popped" the eyes, leaves and flowers, giving the card lots of texture throughout.

The centers of flowers got a touch of Viva pearls-LOVE that stuff!

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