Hydrangea Ink Blending

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Hi friends! Thanks for stopping by today! Please join me in welcoming the fantastic Laura Bassen back to our blog as a guest today! Today she’s pulled out our Hydrangea die set from our Among the Stars collection, and used the photo inspiration included below to make this beauty POP, with the help of some special ink color choices! Some other key ingredients in Laura’s card are the Painted Hugs die, Cream Off cardstock, & Crystal Reflections sequins. Don’t forget to watch the video, and enjoy!

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Thanks for reading today, and thanks to Laura for this awesome inspiration!

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  1. What a beautiful card!! I love your color blending that you do, you just have a talent for it!! Love the colors you chose for the Hydrangeas, just beautiful!

  2. So very gorgeous!!! Love the effect against the clean white background. What a beautiful card!
    <3 J

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  3. Such a beautiful card! I just love the way you did the colour blending on these flowers! Such a Love the die cut sentiment too! Awesome! :)

  4. I love this card! Hydrangeas are one of my favorite flowers because they remind me of my granny. She had 2 bushes, one on each side of her front steps. You can have both colors, and shades in between, on one bush. You can also change the color by changing the acidity of the soil! So you did a fabulous job on the beautiful hydrangea!

  5. GORGEOUS and WOW!!!
    one of my favourite flowers in the garden + BEAUTIFUL blending + ELEGANT card
    => I’m INSPIRED!!!
    THANK YOU Laura :)

  6. The contrast of those flowers against the white cardstock is sublime! Add to that the black of her hugs die cut, and it’s a winner- winner-chicken-dinner!!!

  7. Magically delicious! LOVE these rich colors and the flowers are so realistic I can almost smell them! TFS!

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