Happy 2016 Card Gelatos on Vellum

January 08, 2016




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 Happy New Years everyone!!  This is Joyce from http://enjoyscrappin2.com and I've made a New Years card for you.  I've use the Late but with love stamp set and made the numbers into balloons using some vellum.  I've colored the vellum with Gelatos but you can easily color with any medium that you choose.  I've stamped out the Turtle and colored him using my Copic markers.  I hope you enjoyed this card and I hope to inspire you more this upcoming year.  Thank you so much and I'll see you soon :)


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