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Vintage Telephone Card

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This little card was inspired by the recipient's love of Telephones! I wanted to make it an elegant card that was suitable for the occasion, and I am very happy with the result.
The beautiful collage of flowers is layered with vellum, then finished with a hint of rose color on the edges.



The chair also was layered with Vellum and distressed with Ranger inks in rose and light brown inks.
To make the telephone even more eye-catching, I layered the smallest hearts I could manage onto the pieces.finishing it off with Ranger liquid pearls.



The inside was finished with several dies, adding sparkle to the banner with sequins, and a frame for the sentiment. I distressed all pieces with Ranger Oxide and Distress inks to tie in the soft colors.

Recipe: Cricut Explore Air 2, Design Space 3
Dies from Ali Express
Paper: Pink Paislee, Recollections 
Ranger Distress Inks, Liquid Pearls
Sequins
Lace Ribbon
Core'Dinations Vellum

I hope that you have enjoyed this card! Be inspired, Be blessed- Raquel

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