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I was in a fancy fold mood this time. And this is practically a single layer card too! I just took a standard A2 Thick Whisper White card base, and score the front down the middle and folded it back.
I masked off the inside part of the flap and stamped the images that will show on the front.
I am loving Pineapple Punch and Mango Melody together! The lemon image is inked with Pineapple, then Mango is sponged on the edges of the stamp before making the impression. I kind of cleaned the stamp between images by stamping onto my scratch paper before reinking.
The leaves are done in the same fashion with Lemon Lime Twist and Call Me Clover.
Is anybody else over the moon for all of the new colors?! Seriously. I haven't had much energy left to craft, or to get excited about crafting lately, but I have found myself really enjoying working with the new colors. I keep reaching for them time and again!
I had started to do some die cuts hanging over the edge, but it was too busy. So I glued them inside instead!
My life has been a bit lemony lately. So many extra family obligations! This sentiment really struck a cord with me 😎
All of those lemon slices just make my mouth water! I have been cooking with fresh produce on a very regular basis for a couple years now, and there is something so amazing about the smell and flavor of fresh lemons in your food.
I used the same color palette and technique on these lemon slices as the first card, but on watercolor paper, and I added one spritz of water to the stamp before making each impression.
And inside is a fun surprise! This is a Twist Pop Up card. So much fun! I know they made the rounds a few months ago, but they are still awesome.
The pop up panel is a piece of Thick Whisper White sponged with the colors used on the card, then spattered with some water. Dab off the water after a few seconds and let it air dry. No warping this way!
How about the lemons slices on the banner? I think I could have added a whole lemon or too also. Maybe later 😏
Next up is Mickey Robert's! Since she lives in sunny Florida, I have a feeling this set is right up her alley 😉
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