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texture & drama
For our last week exploring acrylic paints in card making, I’m doing another 2-for-1!
I wanted to create a really dramatic look with some rough watercolor and acrylic ink, and the new Dreamy Feather die was just the right piece to make the idea work! Since I still had some panels from my Master Sheets, I thought I’d cut one up for a detail layer in the feather.
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Of course, I only had to use a small portion of the Master Sheet panel, so I decided to go for a second card that came together real quick with just a layer of gold foil cardstock, a feather outline diecut and a hot foiled sentiment. Easy!
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