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Stained Glass Part 2

I wanted to share another stained glass background technique that I did on Part 1 but I found a crackled Impression Obsession background stamp that I thought looked beautiful.  I followed the same steps as before by stamping the flower, embossing in black and then stamping the background and embossing.  I then used Color Bursts to color the panel. 

Club Scrap papers, stamp, ribbon and tag. Impression Obsession stamp. Ken Oliver's Color Bursts.


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  1. So pretty!I love this technique and will have to try it soon!

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  2. I LOVE this card. That crackled background is wonderful!

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