Watercolor Frosted Medallions Thanksgiving Card

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Happy fall ya’ll! I’m not from the South, but I thought I would throw in a ‘ya’ll’ anyway. Halloween will soon be past us, and the season of thankfulness will be here. I love Thanksgiving and the feeling of the season in general. It’s great to hear more about people being grateful for their blessings than other, less positive things we hear on a regular basis. I’m thankful for so many things and so many people, and today’s card will be shared with one of them. As soon as I saw the Frosted Medallions stamp set in our Holiday Catalog, I had the idea for this card. I love the way it turned out.


To make this, I sponged Rich Razzleberry and Pumpkin Pie ink onto a piece of 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″ watercolor paper. Then I spritzed it with water until the colors blended to my liking. I let it dry completely, which is very important, because my next step was to emboss the medallions with white embossing powder. If any portion of the watercolor paper was still wet, the embossing powder would have stuck to those areas and caused me a headache. No one wants that.


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