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Mixed Media Cards- 'Romance' For Bob n Betty

Hey there! Hope you are doing good :)

I'm back with my another DT project for Bob n Betty. It's an Indian brand who supplies scrapbook and decoupage papers internationally.

Today I’m sharing a set of Mixed Media Cards which I’ve altered using 'Caffe Romanza' paper collection.

I’ve created these cards with mixed media technique and gave them vintage look. Mix and match these beautiful Caffe Romanza pattern papers and fussy cut lots of elements from the element sheets which comes with the paper pack.

These cards are 6″x6″ in size and chose kraft cardstock for card base. Stamped and heat embossed in white some script using Crafter’s Companion- Vintage Chic stamp set.

Fussy cut some flowers, tags, sentiments which came along with the pack. Arranged and layered them on my card panel along with Prima flowers, burlap lace, Mudra chipboards ans sequins, pollen, die cuts, Expressions Craft- Alaska Gold glitters.

For my another card, I’ve cut another paper from the pack and distressed the edges using Tim Holtz edge distressing tool and applied Walnut Stain distress ink.

Stamped some vintage fall leaves using same Walnut Stain distress ink and fussy cut them. Again used some Prima flowers, Mudra chipboards, Expressions Craft Alaska Gold glitter and Deco Stones, some half pearls and metal charms.

I’ve stamped this butterfly on one of Caffe Romanza paper using Walnut Stain distress ink and Crafter’s Companion stamp, and heat embossed in clear. Really liking the out came :)

You can find one more project of mine using Bob n Betty Caffe Romanza paper pack HERE

My another project 'Mini Flip Book' is HERE

A Box Tunnel Card is HERE

You can see my blog post at Bob n Betty Blog too.

That's it for today. I'll come up with lots of crafty videos with these fabulous products in upcoming days. So don't forget to subscribe my YouTube channel.

Be kind, thankful and optimistic!

Signing off for now..!


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