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Hello and Happy Friday, everyone!!! 

Today I want to share a card with you I made using The Ton’s Palm tree and Wave set. The Palm Tree is a new layering stamp set which includes two palm trees in deferent sizes. 

I’ve created a night scene using emboss resist technique and layered Wave, and added Palm trees in Rose Gold


To start off I blended Cali Blue on the bottom part of my A2 sized white panel and clear heat embossed the third layer of the Wave. I then blended Cobalt Breeze on that and clear heat embossed the second layer of the Wave. Then I blended the darkest colors, Deep Sapphire and Ocean teal and clear heat embossed the first layer stamp. After each blending I washed off the colors on the clear embossing using dry cloth. As I used the lightest color with third layer and the darkest with the first layer, the colors in my Wave image is reversed in their darkness.

I then blended Iris Blooms along with the darkest blues I used for Wave on the sky and splattered white watercolor on it, after I masked the wave off using a mask I made using Coordinating die.
The sentiment is from the Palm tree set. I white heat embossed it above the wave.
The front panel was trimmed down and foam mounted on a white card base.


The Palm tree image I have on my card is the second layer of the bigger tree in the set. I heat embossed it on some black cardstock in Rose Gold. The stem was drawn using an embossing pen.
I fussy cut two trees and mounted it onto the card, some part of the leaves using foam adhesives for some dimension.
To finish off I added too sequins from Glass Slippers sequins mix.


It was very interesting to see how the clear heat embossed layers of my wave looked after each blending! Hope I could inspire you with my card today to do some emboss resist technique :)! 

I want to enter this card into a new-to-me challenge at The Foiled Fox. It is called simply Irresistible! 


Thank you so much for stopping by today! 
Enjoy the last day of the June :)! 

Post Author: TaeEun Yoo

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