Hey friends! Stephanie Gold here with a card for you today that mixes and matches multiple different textures for a truly unique look.
I started by stamping my “shield” and sentiment onto a piece of white cardstock and fussy cutting it out. Next, I stamped a white card base with some leaves and polka dots and then stapled a vellum horizontal stripe die cut over top.
Using natural twine, I created a nest and adhered it over top of the vellum. The goal here was to keep it imperfect and a bit wild. 😊 To finish the card off, I adhered my fussy die cut in the center using dimensional adhesive. The combination of paper, vellum, and natural rustic twine, in addition to the flat texture of the polka dots and leaves in the background, creates a huge amount of interest on your card.
Thank you so much for stopping by!! Have a wonderful day and I will see you next time! Much love all.
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Supplies: Grande Finale stamp set, Polka Dot Basics stamp set, ink (ocean tides, vintage jadeite, raspberry fizz, harvest gold, smokey shadow) and Horizontal Stripes Cover Plate from Papertrey Ink.
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