sending glittery love card

Hi! Today i am sharing this ‘sending glittery love’ project

I started with inking the card panel.
I used, from top to bottom, Distress Oxide inks worn lipstick, spun sugar, dried marigold and squeezed lemonade.
I have new ink blender brushes! Yes! Got the Taylored Expression blender brushes! And o wow those are an eye catcher on your desk but also ‘WOW’ they blend the ink even more softly. I am very happy to have them and i love how great they work with my fav Distress Oxide inks.
I blended the ink very softly to get a dreamy look.
I splattered water on it to give it a little extra interest.
I placed the card panel on the card base with double sided foam tape.

I die cutted the middle flower die from The Stamp Market -florally fun dies.
I added a gorgeous layer of a mix from Ranger Glossy Accents and Distress Glitter Dust -vintage platinum.
Oww that glitter and shine is amazing!!
I glued this flower, when it was dry,  on the card panel.

I also die cutted the smallest flower and leafs from The Stamp Market -florally fun dies.
I inked them with Distress Oxide inks abandoned coral and the leafs with shabby shutters.
I used a yellow Nuvo drop in the middle of the flower.
I glued them all on the card panel.

I stamped two times the leafs from The Stamp Market -birthday balloons stamp set.
I used Distress Oxide ink crushed olive.
I fussycutted them out and placed them on the card panel with foam squares.

I stamped the sentiment from The Stamp Market -mini hellos on the card panel with Versafine onyx black ink.

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