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Making Spirits Bright

I couldn't get enough of spackle backgrounds so I thought I'd share more with a different stencil by Echo Park.  These are very simple cards with amazing texture. You'll find you can't help running your fingers over the images. It's hard to capture on film, but I used a Wink of Stella pen over the snowflakes to make them shimmer.
 Club Scrap papers, tags and ribbon. Echo Park stencil.

Club Scrap paper and jewels. Me & My Big Ideas tag. Echo Park stencil.

 

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