Paper Crafter’s Library Feature

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Hello and happy Wednesday! We are excited to be featured on the Paper Crafter’s Library today, with a card created by me! ;)

Here is a little sneak peek of the card:

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Make sure to check out their post here to see the entire card and get the details on how it was created.

I thought it would be fun to create a second card to share on this post that features the same design, colours and stamp sets that I used for the PCL feature. I love when I come up with a design I love and can use it for multiple cards! ;)

Princess

This card uses the new Princess and Married stamp sets from the newest Simon release called Pure Sunshine. I stamped and coloured the princess with Copic markers and then added her to the exact same card design as the PCL featured card.

To create the overlay on her skirt, I stamped and heat embossed it on vellum, cut it out and glued it onto the princess. And since it covers her hands when you do it that way, I actually stamped her twice and cut her in half so I could piece her back together! ;)

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Supplies

Giveaway!

We’re doing a giveaway on the Paper Crafter’s Library post here for a gift certificate to Simon Say Stamp!

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Thanks for reading!

  1. Very sweet card! Love how the overlaid skirt was done! Fab bling too! I subscribe to Paper Crafter’s Library – I always enjoy reading about the current trends. Hope to win your g.c.!

  2. I found this site a couple of months ago and love it. The trendy tuesdays are my favorite posts! Glad you are recognizing them here. Love both of these cards too! Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  3. Oh, I would not have thought of stamping her twice and piecing her back together. So smart! Love this card and the colors. Also the vellum skirt is beautiful!

  4. Beautifully done! I was trying to figure out from just the picture as to how you made the colors behind the overlay on the skirt look slightly muted.

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