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  • Susan Valle

A Little Happy Mail is always good

Here a a cute simple card for any occasion. You know how I like a card for multi-uses! A Happy Mail card just lends itself to sending a card to someone... just because.

The envelopes use an image from the Arts & Crafts Sentiments set. I stamped multiple images in versa fine ink and then heat embossed with white embossing powder.

I then stamped the image a few times on a sticky notes and cut out the heart about 4 times to use as masks. Each envelope was ink blended with dye ink. I used a number of colors from SSS Pawsitively Saturated ink line as well as Concord & 9th inks. I wiped away the excess ink on the white embossing. Then I fussy cut all the envelopes out.

The hearts on the envelopes were then colored with R35, R27 copic markers and topped with glossy accents.

The card front was stenciled with Powder ink from Concord & 9th using the Pattern play stencil. The pattern was repeated 3 times vertically across the card. The "Happy Mail" from Happy Mail Hearts was stamped using Versafine Black Onyx ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder.

The inked envelope images were popped up using foam tape. Some have 1 layer and some 2 to stagger the depth. The glossy accents where done at this point so I could let the card sit to dry.

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Product listing below:

Arts & Crafts Sentiments Ink Blot Shop

Happy Mail Hearts Ink Blot Shop

Pattern Play Stencil Ink Blot Shop

Rainbow Splatter Envelopes Ink Blot Shop

VersaFine Onyx Black Ink SBC|SBPL

VersaMark Ink SBC|SBPL

Glossy Accents SBC|SBPL

Clear Embossing Powder SBC|SBPL

White Embossing Powder SBC|SBPL

Copic Markers SBPL

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25 sept 2023

Great rainbow happy mail card!

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