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Create Stunning Cards using Sizzix + 49 and Market from Scrapbook.com

Hi crafty friends!


Today I am sharing a few projects using the NEW release from Sizzix + 49 and Market.  I LOVE that this collection allows me to create my own splatter embellishments and distressed elements. I have amassed a large collection of rub-ons and acetate embellishments to ensure that I had these key elements in my stash. Now I can make my own.



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Mixed Media butterfly card using the latest release from 49 and market and sizzix.

For this card, I began by creating a background using the Floral Mix Cluster and distress oxides in a mix of fossilized amber, squeezed lemonade, seedless preserves and milled lavendar. I then created elements using the Painted Pencil Leaves and the Painted Pencil Butterflies, stamping on both vellum and mixed media paper. I layered things between the acetate embellishments. The sentiment is from the Hello You Sentiments.


Mixed Media card using the latest release from 49 and market and sizzix.

I used a variety of splatters from the stamps sets in the release to create the background. I used fossizlied amber, squeezed lemonade, lucky clover and cracked pistachio for the Painted Pencil Botanical florals. I used the outline layer of these florals to stamp and heat emboss a vellum layer. I then popped everything up onto the vellum which overlays my intial background and stamped more splatters and added a sentiment.


Mixed Media card using the latest release from 49 and market and sizzix.

Using the same Painted Pencil Botanicals florals, I created a softer card using Pinkfresh Inks. I stamped around the background and then layered my florals and a sentiment.


And there we have 3 of the cards that I created. Again, click each image to see a more detailed list of the items I used. Thank you again to Scrapbook.com for sending me these awesome products.


Happy Crafting!

Natasha

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C Thurbz
C Thurbz
Apr 18

beautiful cards!!

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