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Special Little Girl Square Easel Card


Special Little Girl

Hi friends! Today I am sharing a special little card I made for a young girl using my Santoro London Gorguss Girl Stamp : No. 55 All These Words. These adorable little girl stamps add so much whimsy and beauty to any project, and they seem to say a lot with their sweet little faces.

I began by coloring the image in soft lavender colors, and making the background a soft-watercolor-like wash using Ranger Oxide Inks. To make the image pop even more, I added Recollections Glass Glitter on the star in her hands. 

I used Stitched-and scalloped dies nested on top of each other to add texture, and dimension, while keeping within the color scheme.
For a touch of femininity, I also added flowers, specialty yarn, and pearls. To continue the theme of the stamp, I was sure to include little stars, stitched in silver, as a little wand, and also a two-layer tag topped with star-themed paper.

The inside also got the star-treatment as a space for a little note, and the sentiment in silver reads:
Praying for you
I say this is a complete easel card that would brighten anyone's day!
I hope that you have enjoyed this little card, and if you like to see live images, here is a video:

Thank you for stopping by!
Be inspired, Be Blessed!-
Raquel 

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