Beautifully Baroque Strawberry Pudding

Today’s project is based on Sketch Challenge SC456 at Splitcoaststampers.

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The base card of Smoky Slate was embossed with the Beautifully Baroque TIEF. A piece of Venetian Romance DSP was attached to the base. I then stamped the Beautifully Baroque image in Strawberry Slush on Whisper White and cut it into 4 pieces. Each piece was layered onto Basic Gray and then added with dimensionals.

Beautifully Baroque Strawberry Pudding

A very elegant CAS card that doesn’t really need a sentiment.

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