Two Eye-Catching Cards with Larisa

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 Hello!  Larisa here and today, I'm sharing bold and bright cards that are sure to grab your attention.  Both feature products from the new release and both have vivid pops of color that catch your attention!  

My first card features the NEW Mail's Here Stamp.  To begin, I stamped out the Raining Envelopes Stamp a couple of times.  This Building Backgrounds stamp is perfect because it lines up perfectly.  You can stamp it and infinite number of times to create any sized background!  I colored my background using a light teal Copic Marker (BG10).  Then I added a strip of red polka dot paper to the bottom and trimmed it to fit my card base.  I also layered the panel on some light grey card stock and trimmed to fit.  For the hello sentiment, I die cut it in bright blue card stock and blue foam.  I adhered the two layers together and added them to the card panel just above the polka dot paper.  I love the dimension this technique adds!  Then, I stamped out the Mail's Here image, colored it up to match, and cut it with the coordinating die.  After adhering that to the panel, I also added "my dear friend" sentiment just below it from the More Fancy Sentiments Stamp set.  

For my next card, I decided to create a shaker card using the NEW Purple-Rita Sequin Mix.  I started with a piece of purple card stock and added some tulle to the top of it.  I stitched down the sides with my sewing machine and filled it with my sequins.  Then I used the Netting Cover Plate to cut a piece of white card stock and I adhered that to my card panel only in the center of the card where I knew the glue would be covered.  I stamped out the Lilies For Spring and Kylee Girl images, colored them up, and cut them out using the coordinating dies.  I layered them on top of my card panel using foam tape and a bit of hot glue to make sure they were stuck down well.  My sentiment from the Job Well Done Set finishes it off!  

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