Miss You
by Lisa Elton

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It's amazing what you can do with a few die cuts and a little ink! Today's choices include the whimsical pairing of the Dandelion Stem and the Whittle Lizard.

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I used a light touch to add a little green to the dandelion stems and bit of creamy brown to their centers. These die cuts were glued to the medium Scalloped Stitched Frame. The center panel was inked with a soft blue for a sky effect, then adhered to a white card base.

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Foam tape was added to the frame before going on the card to give this element a little lift. This small step can add just the right amount of interest to your designs!

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My die cut sentiment got the same light inking treatment. I opted for a vellum backing on it. This let it blend well with the airiness of my card design.

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Check out her little toes... they match the ends of the dandelion flowers! So cute!

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This is just too CUTE Lisa!! I love the way little Whittle's tail curls around the stem and of course all that dimension! Sweet, sweet card my friend!! Hugs. :0)

Hi Lisa, This card is so very pretty and so effective, I love it.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

I love this, Lisa! That frame works beautifully with the dandelion sprig and that Whittle Lizard brings a big smile!

Saw this totally adorable design on Instagram, Lisa! Absolutely love the fun and whimsical design.

Whimsy at its finest, my friend! and just totally adorable toes, too!

Pure magic, Lisa. The dies across the frame are lovely and give an airiness to your card.

So adorable, Lisa. Great work!

I just love this, Lisa. And I LOVE that detail of the matching toes and dandelion flowers! Love all the white and subtle color and the pop of that wonderful color you used for the lizard!You are so right about the effect of popping up the frame. A wonderful design. Bravo!

So adorable, Lisa - whimsical is right, but perfect! Love the dimension too!!

Oh what a darling, creative card!

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