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Expressions in Ink Specialty Designer Series Paper

Stampin' Up! has really upped the bar with the Expressions in Ink Specialty Designer Series Paper.  It is gorgeous!  First, let me welcome you to the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge #665.  This week we have a sketch.

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Here is my card using that Expressions in Ink paper.

CCMC#665 Expression in Ink by Jo Anne Hewins

The designer paper definitely is the spotlight for this card.  I love the colors and the gold highlights.

Start with a base of Thick Basic White that is 4 1/4 x 11.  Score and fold at 5 1/2.

Cut the green piece of designer paper to 2 1/2 x 5.  At the bottom of this piece, stamp the HAPPY from the Biggest Wish stamp set in Versamark.  Cover with Gold Embossing Powder and melt with the Heat Tool.  The birthday is from the A Wish for Everything stamp set.  This is also heat set with gold embossing.  Trim around the word and add to the lower corner of the large HAPPY word.  Glue to the card front.

The pretty flowered designer paper to cut to 3 1/4 x 3 1/4.  Add in the center of the card and toward the top.

Now add the 3/8 in strip across the lower part of the flowered square.  It is 4 inches long.

CCMC#665 Expression in Ink Card by Jo Anne Hewins

This card is just so simple and that's all you need with the Expressions in Ink Designer Series Paper!

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