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Purple Tag Card Using Watercolor Pencils and Scratch Background Stamp

Purple Tag Card Using Watercolor Pencils and Scratch Background Stamp

Today I am sharing with you a beautiful purple card made with the watercolor pencil background Scratch Sheet I created and die cut with the tag dies as well as a few other Brutus Monroe goodies. 
First thing I did was die cut two tags and stamped one with the Enchanted Rose Background stamp and Raven ink.
I then stamped the other smaller tag with a sentiment from the Hello Beautiful stamp set.
I pulled the gorgeous purple paper for the background.
I inked up the Scratch Background stamp with Raven ink and stamped it.
I cut it down and inked the edges.
I adhered the tags and ran the first one through ribbon.
I repeated with the second tag running  it through the other end of the ribbon.
I tied a bow at the top of the tags.
I adhered it to the card base that I made with another sheet from the same set of paper.
I am still amazed at how one stamp can take on such a different look by using different mediums. I really like the contrast from subtle watercolor to fierce scratch.
Lastly, I added two pearls.
For the stamps, inks, paper, and dies to create your card you can find them here:
Make sure you come back next week for an edgy fun card in which I use the last of the background sheets I created on May 7. From beautiful and delicate to masculine and wild is what this series embeds -- all from one stamp: Scratch Background. 
Until next time ~ Happy Crafting!
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