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Cindy from In Love with Paper back on the blog with you today.  I've got a pretty card with a fun technique to share with you.  
I used watercolor paper and some color shine sprays to create the background.  I started by spraying the color shine onto my craft mat and then a couple sprays of water.  Then I simply put the watercolor paper into the ink.  I sprayed the paper a few more times with the color shine until I was happy with the colors.   Then I stamped and heat embossed this pretty flower from Beautiful Blooms - Sweet Rose stamp set on vellum. 

Next, I used a debossing folder for the 'hello' sentiment at the bottom.  I always struggle adding vellum layers to my cards for fear the adhesive will show through so, I stitched the vellum to the background layers with my sewing machine.  To finish it up, I added some sequins from the Frozen mix.

I hope I've inspired you to make something beautiful today.  Please visit my blog if you'd like more details on all the p…
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