Detailed Floral Thinlets meet the new ombre Color Theory papers - Song of My Heart Stampers

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05/30/2017

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Lyssa those cards turned out so pretty! I bought those thinlits too, and they are also sitting unused in my craft room ... I can't wait until that new paper is available so I can case your cards in every color :) The ombre look is gorgeous behind the cutout. Although it looks pretty either way, if I had to pick I kind of prefer the gradient starting with the lightest color at the top - then it sort of draws your eye down to the sentiment as the color deepens.

Beautiful cards! I like the lighter tone at the top so it leads to the dark sentiment at the bottom.

Hi Lyssa.
Have used my thinlits for wedding and anniversary cards a few times now. Try putting glimmer paper behind the cuts. WoW!
Had not used with color paper yet, but will now. I like both of the cards, but am thinking dark to light pulls ahead.
What caught my eye first was how you placed the diecuts on your card. Thanks for sharing.

C'est très joli, délicat j'adore les couleurs, très beau pour un faire part de mariage, je dois faire le mien. Bisous

I’m in the same boat. I have the thinlets but never used them. Can’t wait to try your version

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