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Two Pretty Floral Cards from Michele Ferguson

Hi everyone!

It's another fun day on the Technique Tuesday blog. We're excited to bring you some stamped card inspiration from special guest Michele Ferguson! 

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Michele is a talented card maker from Michigan, who is married to her very best friend! She has a knack for creating clean and graphic cards with a lot of style and a bit of sass! She blogs at I Card Everyone and can be found sharing her work and adventures on Instagram as well! 

Michele created two lovely cards for you today. Both feature the Echinacea stamp set! https://www.techniquetuesday.com/greenhouse-society-stamps-dies.html

This first card is a real stunner! 

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Don't you love how she colored in the flowers? You can achieve a similar look by heat embossing the Echinacea on watercolor cardstock with white embossing powder and then coloring it in with watercolor markers. Use a water pen or wet paint brush to spread the color. Be sure not to apply too much water or the color will go over the lines. 

This second card is equally stunning!

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Ooh la la! This time, she stamped the flower onto the card base and then colored it in with markers. Check out that extra shading she added around the flower. It sure makes it stand out! 

Another neat element to this card is the stacked sentiment. Michele combined a die-cut "thanks" (cut with the coordinating Echinacea cutting dies) and a sentiment from the stamp set. They look perfect together! Don't you agree?! 

Let's give a big round of applause to Michele for creating these beautiful card for us to share you with you today! Thanks again, Michele!

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Comments

Love both cards, Michelle. They are beautiful. Have a great day!

Big fan of Michele's! Gorgeous Floral designs!!!

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