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Saturday, March 9, 2019

Sparkle N Sprinkle Easter Parade

Hi Friends,

I have an adorable Easter card to share with you today. This stamp set called Easter Parade is by Sparkle N Sprinkle and it is available in both Digital as well as rubber stamps. I have linked all items below for your convenience.


I have used the following Sparkle N Sprinkle Products:
Here is the close up of my coloring... See below for the color combos that I have used.


Copic Colors:
YR01, YR02, YR04, YR07, YR09
Y11, Y13, Y18, Y19
BG10, BG11, BG13
E31, E35, E35

Here is a close up showing how I created the area around the stamp using both Nuvo Embellishment mousse and creating the embossed areas with Sparkle N Sprinkle Super Thick embossing powders. Now for the step by steps...

Step 1:
Using two colors of Nuvo  Embellishment Mousse ( Powder Blue and Aloe Vera) I mixed them to soften the color from the Aloe Vera. I was after a mint green.

Step 2:
I carefully sprinkled just the corners with the super thick white powder. Heating from underneath no need for any other items. I did one corner at a time. I was going for a framed look.

Step 3: Once finished I decided to try putting just the edge of the paper down into the versamark ink pad then I sprinkled the white Super Thick embossing powder and heated that with my heat tool. It formed a really finished look to the edges and I am very pleased with the look.

Step 4: Just for some added flair I sprinkled the Super Thick Embossing Powder in gold to each corner and heated it from underneath.




Here is one last look at the finished project. I added a couple of die pieces from the Tonic Garland Terrace Die set just for some added interest.

 Thank you for visiting today. Make sure to check out the Sparkle N Sprinkle Online Store for all of your crafty supplies. You can receive 10% just for being a friend of mine.... Simply click below.

https://sparklensprinkle.net/?rfsn=2090589.bd2ea8


Have a crafty weekend m friends!
Hugs! Melanie

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