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Today, let’s talk about cards that almost didn’t happen. What I mean is, a card you started, wasn’t happy with how it was going but you pushed through and ended up with a beautiful card. Has that happened to you? Well, that’s what my card today is all about.
I have a video walking you through the process of my card that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.
My card features the new Daisies and Leaves stencil which is very delicate. This is one I would definitely recommend using Pixie Spray on to help adhere it to the card.
When we are working on cards, sometimes we have to push through one phase of it to get to the good part. When I first started ink blended, I wasn’t happy with my results.
But after I trimmed the panel down, I found that sweet spot.
I love the thick white border that I have which I think really makes the blended panel pop.
I finished it off by simply stamping a sentiment from Mom’s Spring Flowers to center with Versafine ink.
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Beautiful card! And I’ve pulled from the garbage can the next morning and continued through!
I also have came back to a card and thought oh this will work! Thanks for being so real! You are an inspiration!
I’m glad you stuck with it!!! Beautiful card!!!!
This card turned out so pretty. Glad you continued with it.
Oh my gosh, such a gorgeous card!
Fun card – thank you for sharing
Mindy, I can’t tell you how many cards I’ve made and nearly threw away but you are right about pushing through. Some of my favourite ones ‘almost never were’! 🥴
A very pretty card.
That stencil is calling my name. Love your card.
Thanks for rescuing your card, it’s so pretty!
As a perfectionist, there have been many times when I have been tempted not to go with what I had planned and just toss my card. Sometimes we are our own worst critics!
Love this card. Bought the stencil so will try my hand at making something special.
soft, and bold, and beautiful!
Love that stencil. Glad you stuck with it.
I love those 2 colors together!
I just found a box of card backgrounds that were in the back of a cupboard, ones that I hadn’t liked in the past, but now I’ve learned new ways to “fix” them. Glad you kept on with a card you didn’t like at first.
Love your card! It’s nice to know others have those same issues sometimes.
Great card. I like how you worked past the point you didn’t like it and it turned out super.
So pretty. I like these colors together.
That is a great lesson. Especially the solution to too much white was a large white border, gosh that was not what I was expecting. Great cas card! Sweet delicate stencil.
Way to stick with it, fabulous card!
Pretty! I love the colors! Wonderful!
The blue and green combo is so pretty together!
I love how your card turned out. Thanks for the reminder to push through and not throw away. The colors were a great choice and I love the wide white border!
Loving that color combination! So pretty!
Love this card, Mindy! The colors are perfect.
I think your card came out gorgeous! Good tip with the Pixie spray. I love the color of blue. Quick and easy card.
I’m so glad you finished your card Mindy because the results are beautiful. Loving the soft colors and ink blending.
My favorite color combination! I love that stencil and die. I see many way to use it.
So pretty! We really are our own worst enemies! So pleased you perservered. Thanks so much for the great inspiration! Take care! 🙂
How lovely, the colours go so well together, and I love the bold sentiment, too!
making blue and green look wow together
Glad you actually finished this one — It ended up turning out lovely!
The lime and turquoise combination is striking.
I like blue and green together.