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Glimmering ATCs by Riikka

Moikka! It's Riikka here today sharing a step by step to some sparkling spring ATCs. My inspiration for these was the color combo of the "Mint Macaroon" and the "Opaque Pastel Yellow" powders. That combo of the minty green and pale yellow was so fresh and spring-like that I just had to use it! 

Above you can see the ready triplet of cards. What looks like kraft cardstock in the first glance is actually triple embossed cream cardstock! The earthy, greyish color of the "Primary Goose" powder acts as the perfect base for the sherbet styled colors coming on top. But if you want to see how the cards were made, please see the step by step below! 

Step 1. Start by cutting ATC sized pieces of cardstock and triple emboss them using the "Primary Goose". I used a light cream shade of cardstock and turned it almost into a kraft cardstock with the powder. 

Step 2. Add a subtle pattern to the cards by using the "Tropical" stamp and the "Mi…
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