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Happy Birthday.
by Pam Simpson

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Hello everyone, I have used From 2021 Spring release. Memory Box 3D Embossing Folder "Blooming"  &  Poppystamps "Fern and Daisy Pop UP Easel die set. They work beautifully together, don`t you think!.

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I started by embossing from the Memory Box. Polished Foil Pad paper pad, white..

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I have cut using the Easel die one sheet from Memory Box "Fresh Aqua" paper pad.

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To make the pattern pop, I have used a very old white ink pad, just swiped over the embossing with ink,  it is a firm cloth material! so perfect for doing this technique.

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I have cut a white Base using the Fern and Daisy pop up die set. Adhered the whit panel to the inside, Aqua to the top, Next cut the beautiful panel in white adhere as shown

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I dressed this with a mix of White and Aqua flowers/leaves and finished with Poppystamps.. Poe Script "Happy Birthday.. will finish the inside with a  verse when needed.

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Hope you think like me, that embossing and die cutting looks lovely together.

Thank you for stopping by today Pam xx.

Pam Floral Signature copy

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Comments

Ohhh this is so pretty and so textural Pam and what a stunning 3D folder x.

Gorgeous Card! So elegant looking.

Hi Pam, Wow !! this is stunning, I adore the embossing folder, so pretty, and I love love love the effect of the white inked swiped across the blue embossed paper, it looks stunning.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Beautiful~. Love the white ink on the pale green embossed paper!

oh wow this is totally stunning, love that paper, gorgeous diecut to frame and the flowers are lovely with it!

Pam- this is stunning!!!!

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