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DecoArt Mixed Media Camaro Card


I have a mixed media card today.
The order is for a 17 year old boyfriend that loves Camaro's. 
Here's what I came up with.
I mixed some DecoArts Metallic Lustre to DecoArt Texture paste and used it thru a great brick stencil made by Retta's Stencils.
 I saw this cool design on pinterest!!  I had to try it.  I found the picture of the Camaro on pinterest too. It's a handy little place!  I used dimensional s to pop the car up in the front. Once it was in place, I rubbed some of the Shimmer Black Metallic Lustre Wax randomly over the front of the card.
 Here's the inside. Pretty cool huh?
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