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Hello and welcome!

Today’s card is featuring a beautiful stamp set from Papertreyink, which is called Harvest Berries.
I’ve made this card for the Make it Monday at Papertreyink (#245), where the technique for this week is Color Isolation.

After I watched Ashley’s video tutorial for the color isolation technique, I decided to use this beautiful ginkgo branch stamp.

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I stamped the big and small branch randomly on a grey CS using embossing ink and clear heat embossed them to make a neutral background. I then gold heat embossed the big branch image on a piece of grey CS and fussy cut it. The sentiment is from Altenew. I mounted the gold heat embossed ginkgo branch and the black strip with the sentiment using some foam tape.

I want to enter this card also into SimonSaysStamp Wednesday Challenge: Happy Birthday.

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I have something other than a card to share with you today.
I want to say thank you all of my crafty friends who encourage and support me.
So I made an outline image for the hibiscus flower which I drew for my previous cards (here and here).
If you want, you can download the image and play with it :).  But please only for personal use!



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I made it in two versions, one with thin line for someone who wants to try no line coloring :).
I hope you have fun with my hibiscus image!


Thank you for visiting today!

Post Author: TaeEun Yoo

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