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Impression Obsession Day 1 of the Spring Hop




Welcome to the Impression Obsession 2018 Spring Release Hop!
We have some beautiful new stamps to share AND Gift Certificates to give away!...

Today I am sharing my card using several of the new sets.  I created my background by stamping the CC in Versamark ink and clear embossing powder heat set it.  I used three of the TH Distress oxide inks and blended them.  I took a paper towel and wiped off any residual ink from the embossing.  These was added to a piece of corrugated paper, then I stamped and hand cut out the images after coloring with Copic markers.  Some copper Pearl pens were used for accents and for the "nails" on the wooden sign.

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Today's hop list: 
KELLI HULL (me)

36 comments:

  1. Oh wow, does this ever look realistic. Job well done!

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  2. Wonderful! I especially like your heat embossed and inked background on this one. Make a pretty background for the flowers.

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  3. First, I have to say I love how you've heat embossed the background stamp with white powder and blended your perfectly chosen inks for a beautiful background that makes the foundation for your gorgeous card. Then how you cut around each flower in it's pot, leaving a little bit of white to show them off. Great ideas all put together in one wonderful card. Looking forward to seeing tomorrow's creation, Kelli.

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  4. This is such an awesome card...so realistic! Great job, especially love your background!

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  5. Kelli, this is a true work of art! So many layers of creativity! tfs

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  6. Wow, this is stunning! And a piece of art. Love it!

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  7. Love all the layers on this! That background is beautiful!

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  8. Love the stamps sets you used. Wonderful background.

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  9. Love the background for this garden bench scene.

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  10. Love the Gardening Bench! Pretty card!

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  11. Beautiful card, I'm fairly new so I don't know what a CC is, I did figure out the TH.

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  12. Are we all ready for Spring flowers? Yes

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  13. Nice pastel background. I have to get my Oxides out and try.

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  14. Another beautiful background using a CC image!

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  15. You have a great post filled with beauties!

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  16. I can just smell these adorable blooms! What a nice layout and great coloring. Thanks!

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  17. Love all the wonderful details you added to this lovely card:)

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  18. That’s such a lovely card !
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  19. You have so much dimension to the stand.
    Great coloring. Love the card.
    thanks for sharing
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  20. Great card!! Love seeing the new spring stamps!!!

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  21. What a great design. I love the shelves for the flowers. This would be great for me--I'm a flower lover.

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  22. How sweet is that?! And I'm loving that pretty background!!

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  23. Really cheerful flowers, my Pops had a flower stand like this, it used to flow flowers like a waterfall, thanks for the reminder.

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  24. Fabulous design on this card.
    Love those pots on the shelf.

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  25. Love your color combo on the oxide background... so pretty!!! And the stamps are so cute!

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  26. Love your stand of plants and flowers, Kelli. Great coloring, and fabulous background.

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