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Hi friends,
Today I am sharing an absolutely adorable card I made with Tonic Studios Craft Kit #19 as well as other products in my crafty stash of goodies. 
I received the kit in the mail, and wanted to try out the size of the sentiments right away, so I decided to go with a square card for my project.

I knew I wanted to use the "Always Believe" sentiments. They were so easy to cut, and I decided to layer the "Believe" as a pink cardstock on top of white. 
The sentiment cuts out with what looks like a sunbeam pattern. To make it fit my design, I colored it using Nuvo Markers that matched the colors of my papers. 

I also used Ranger Distress inks and heat embossed the butterflies that I stamped using BoBunny's Butterfly Kisses stamps. This allowed me to add more sparkle to the card, and a place for it to land when it opens, as it reveals a blue butterfly on the inside, topped with small pearls. 

I used an embossing folder to add texture to the background, and distressed the edges of the paper by tearing it, and then coloring it with Distress Inks and a Nuvo Glitter marker.
The inside of the card also has additional texture with corners cut out with Surprise Bouquet from Tonic Studios, and finished with Nuvo Drops.

Products Used:
Polkadoodle image
Tonic Studios: Nuvo Markers, various
Nuvo Glitter Marker
Nuvo Drops
Dies: Surprise Bouquet, Kit #19, others
Ranger Distress Inks, various
Bo Bunny Stamps: Butterfly Kiss
Embossing Folder:
Provocraft
Embossing Powders:
Recollections

I hope that you have enjoyed this post, and as always, I hope that you can 
Be inspired, Be Blessed~
Raquel 

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