Wishing You Happiness

August 22, 2017 0 Comments

Hi D2BA friends!

Tasha here sharing a new card created with the lovely Wishing Happiness stamp set!

The flower images were stamped on white cardstock and heat embossed in rose gold.

I love the look and texture embossing gives this project; so pretty!

To add color, I used watercolor markers and layered clear glitter for shimmer.

For additional color, I added watercolor droplets randomly around the front of the card.

The sentiment selected was “Wishing You Happiness” and it was stamped in black D2BA ink

Gold glitter washi tape framed the sentiment and added the perfect amount of sparkle!

Lastly, the card was layered on black cardstock and attached to a pastel orange textured card base. Pretty plum colored enamel dots and clear diamond sequins complete the design.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you are inspired to create with the new Wishing Happiness stamp set!

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Have a wonderful day!

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