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A Friendly Note...

>> Monday, June 7, 2021


Sometimes all you need to cheer up a friend is to send them a note to let them know how much they mean to you.

This FRIENDLY NOTE GREETING - 790D is perfect for just such a friend.

For the background I used a bokeh technique. Using a green distress oxide on white card stock for the full background and more pressure on some parts and less on others to get the two toned green. Next I used white pigment ink and 2 different circle stencils and applied it with a dauber using more white on some and less on others.

I finished the card with the FRIENDLY NOTE GREETING - 790D stamped, die cut and popped up on dimensionals.

I have a second card this week to share with you.

This FRIENDLY NOTE GREETING - 790D is perfect paired with any fun image too. I thought FROG ON A LOG - 252H would be perfect with this sentiment. Once stamped the image was colored with copics and cut with a die cut.

The base layer is embossed with a swirl folder.

Super quick card and perfect for anyone.

Thank you for stopping by to check out my cards this week.


nwilliams6 said...

TWo totally fabulous ways to use that new great greeting, Lisa. Love the background on the first using my favorite colors and one of my favorite techniques. The frog on the second is so cute and colored up so well! Awesome cards! Hugz

Robin Clendenning said...

My favorite frog!! Such a cute card and he looks like he is ready to tell something big! Love the circle card too, fun colors and designs on both!

Karin said...

The green background is so amazing! I love it with the simple greeting on the front. And how cute is that frog on a log, especially with that greeting! Friendly indeed!

Samantha said...

Love your cards, Lisa! That green background is so cool and your greeting tag makes a sweet notecard. That's my favorite frog too and you've done him up just right :)

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

these are terrific, Lisa! Your lime green bokeh card is wonderful & I love the wave pattern on your second card.

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