“Just a Note” Card with Embossing Paste Background

by Aga

Hello, everyone! This is Aga here today, and I would like to share with you a simple card with lots of texture made using an embossing paste.

I started by creating a background for my card and I chose to use Altenew’s Embossing Paste with Feeling Dotty Stencil. I decided to mix the paste with a little amount of ink from Watercolor Brush Markers – Spring Garden Set and I used a Watercolor Palette to mix it up.

While the paste was drying, I worked on the rest of the card. I stamped a floral image from Weekend Doodles Stamp Set with Permanent Black Crisp Ink and again used the Watercolor Brush Markers to color it in. I fussy cut out the flower. Then, I cut out two circles using Halftone Circles Nesting Die Set and stamped a sentiment on the smaller one before adhering everything to the card.

Hope you were inspired! Thank you for stopping by today!

~SUPPLY LIST~

Embossing Paste
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Feeling Dotty Stencil
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Weekend Doodles Stamp Set
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Halftone Circles Nesting Die Set
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Watercolor Brush Markers – Spring…
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Permanent Black Crisp Ink
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Watercolor Palette – Medium
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Terri April 27, 2019 - 10:44

This is so pretty! I like everything about it.

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Helen April 27, 2019 - 10:55

Aga, this is a lovely card. Like this embossing paste — great for creating just the right colors for any project. The doodle flowers are perfect for your design. tfs

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Liz48 April 27, 2019 - 11:36

Like the idea of mixing the basic color paste with markers. This way you do not have so many color jars around. Make your own.

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genmil April 27, 2019 - 14:21

Beautiful you are queen of CAS cards

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Maureen Reiss April 27, 2019 - 15:05

Beautiful card!!

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Henriëtte April 27, 2019 - 15:32

Gorgeous Aga and great idea to colour your embossing paste in the colours you want. Thank you so much for sharing.

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Tricia Podmore April 28, 2019 - 13:58

Such a beautiful sweet card. I love how you used your color palette. Thanks for sharing your talents and inspiration.

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