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Welcome back to another revealing post with projects from Gisele, Mari, and Nathalie.
This week we have a super cute birthday card, a fun ‘dance’ layout, and beautiful layout with a watercolour background.

First up is Mari’s super cute Birthday Chicks card.
There’s nothing like some little Birthday Chicks to celebrate spring! Mari created this card using the MFT Birthday Chicks stamps and dies sets. The images were colored using colored pencils. The background was created using a piece of Ranger watercolor paper and
Kuretake – Gansai Tambi – Gem Colours watercolor paints. These paints add a gorgeous sparkle to the background. Glossy Accents, Wink of Stella and glitter glue were used on the images to add even more sparkle to the card. A few sequins were added as a final accent.

Next up is Gisele.
Gisele used the Simple Stories Dance collection for this fun layout. One of the 3×4 cards from the cut-a-part paper serves as the title, a great way to use those cut-a-part papers. Gisele added some Studio Calico wood veneer stars, she always puts something inspired by nature on her grandnieces’ pages and Vicki Boutin’s cute little bird clip was just right.

 

Last but not least, this layout Nathalie created features Crate Paper’s Good Vibes collection.
She layered papers and ephemera pieces behind the picture and then added a pom-pom frame to bring to focus the picture of her nephew walking along the river trail. The background of this page was created using Distress Oxide Inks and the packaging technique. Finally, the title was created using the Good Vibes stamp set and one of Dear Lizzy’s large paintable chipboard words .

We hope you found some inspiration in today’s post and if you have any questions we are just a comment away. Have a crafty weekend!

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