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    Senior Scrapper YorkieMomma's Avatar
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    This is a "hybrid card" as it is a combination of digital and paper techniques. The background paper (foral pink) is from a digital kit that I purchased called "Spring Linen paper stack" by Ali Folendore and the floral insert is from a digital kit called "Spring Breezes " by Shabby Princess and they matched so perfectly. The papers were printed by me using my Canon printer. The small raised flowers were made by me going into Photoshop and digitally cutting out the larger flower in the insert and then I made a file for my CraftRobo and it cut the flowers out for me. I then paper sculpted them, used some glitter glue in the centers and covered them with Aleene's Paper Glaze. I used heat embossing around the edges of the two (green & pink) frames around the insert. The ribbon is by Offray.

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    Another 'amazing' card! I love the soft colors and the flowers are beautiful. Do you use paper sculpting tools to do your flowers?

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    Senior Scrapper YorkieMomma's Avatar
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    Hey Barb...I just use my embossing stylus.

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    A regular embossing stylus or one of the ones that have the really big round end? I may have to try this if you just used a regular embossing tool.

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    Lovely!
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    another great card thanks for sharing!

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    It's gorgeous! Great job!
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    Again Great...................Sue
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    Beautiful card and I love that you used so many different elements. Lisa
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    Originally posted by thecountryrose:
    A regular embossing stylus or one of the ones that have the really big round end? I may have to try this if you just used a regular embossing tool.
    Hey Barb.....I have several different embossing stylus tools that vary in size. The size I use depends on the size of the flower I am sculpting...a lot of times I am just sculpting one petal at a time. Hope this helps!

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