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Vintage by Nice Crane Designs/Stencil by Retta


Royal Inspiration by Retta
 
 
She designs and cuts the stencils herself. We are blessed to have her on our team!!
 
This one is call Jungle Leaves.
Find it in our shop here
 I sponged Momento Pistachio ink -(found here) on Neutral colored Cardstock (found here)
 I glued a couple of leaf die cuts and then using foam dimensionals added the vintage girl that I fussy cut. 
The vintage girl is from Nice Crane Designs called Enchanted Spring.  He has some wonderful vintage digital images.



Then I added some glitter glue (found here) on the flowers and vine.


I hope you'll be inspired to make some cards for yourself.
 
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Thanks for stopping by!
Have a fantastic day!!
 
Karen Conner
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