Congrats Floral Mixed Media Card

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Congrats Floral Mixed Media Card | Tracy Marie Lewis |

For this weeks Creative Cat Crew color challenge #61, I went with something fun and just a little bit messy. I tend to avoid messy when crafting in my home because it is so new but I was brave and broke out the inks, markers and texture paste. I was determined to get inky fingers!

Here is the inspiration image: Creative Cat Crew Challenge #61 Inspiration Image | Tracy Marie Lewis | 

This is my favorite Dahlia color! I chose to use the following: So Saffron, Soft Sea Foam, Blushing Bride, Mango Melody and Lovely Lipstick. The stamps are from Touches Of Texture and I die cut the congrats sentiment from Sunshine Wishes. I then painstakingly picked out coordinating sequins which come in three sizes, and many iridescent variations, so many choices! I really enjoyed getting a little messy and love how the project came out.

Mat Layers:

Focal: 3 1/2 x 4 3/4
So Saffron: 3 3/4 x 5
Lovely Lipstick: 4 1/4 x 5 1/2

I have entered this project in the following challenges:

Creative Cat Crew color challenge #61

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Congrats Floral Mixed Media Card Angle | Tracy Marie Lewis |
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