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New 2019-2020 In Color Dandelion Wishes Get Well Card

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Hi everyone! It is almost the weekend! We are finally getting some descent temps around here. Tomorrow is June 1st and I haven't even turned on my ac in the house yet!!! Usually it starts coming on mid-May so the lower electric bill will be nice next month. I do suspect that it will come on in a couple days as we are going to be thrust into the 80's! Hot where you live???
     Today's card is another combo card with a new In Color and continuing product. Have you seen the new In Colors yet? They are so amazing and Terracotta Tile, which I used below, is so far my fave. Here is my card......
     I wanted my dandelions to remain white once I watercolored the background so I decided to heat emboss them with White Emboss Powder first. This way the ink will just not adhere to the embossing when I colored the background. I used a combination of Petal Pink and Terracotta Tile and blended them together where the met in the middle.

   I wanted this to be a get well card so I…

A Farewell Tour of the 2017-2019 In Colors: Powder Pink To A Wild Rose Friend Card

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Hey crafty people.....I'm back! Boy these last two weeks were busy. First, I live in a townhouse style apartment and two weeks ago we got a notice, at the last minute, that the state was coming to do their annual inspections so that sent my husband and I on a cleaning spree. Now our house wasn't a disaster, but it did need a good clean and if I was going to deep clean then I was going to go through everything and get rid of anything I was no longer using or wearing. Four trash bags later of just clothes and I was finally making a dent. Lol. By the time we were done our house looked spectacular. Then I had an allergy attack from all the dust that was stirred up. What fun!
     On to my card.....I decided to combine some new items with continuing and retiring things. Here is my card.....
   I only wanted to use 1 stamp pad to stamp the rose so I did a second generation stamp by stamping off once before I stamped the background of the rose. Then I stamped the ink full strength fo…