By Noga Shefer on 2020-09-09

September 09, 2020

By Noga Shefer on 2020-09-09

 







Hi crafty friends,  Noga here and I am so happy to share with you another project for GSD today

To make this card I took an A2 panel of Bristol smooth cardstock.
The background was created by splattering gold watercolor.

Next I colored the adorable images using copic markers. I glued the leaves circle to my panel with foam tape for dimension and the squirrels peek below, how cute is this??
Next I stamped a greeting  and heat embossed them using gold powder.
To finish off, I added some clear wink of stella on the leaves.


 





I hope you enjoy the card I created and feel inspired to create!
 
Thanks for stopping by,



 




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