It's Mardi Gras! Let the good times roll!
Masquerade was resized in PhotoElements, printed out onto Copic-friendly cardstock with my laser printer, then colored with my Copic markers. The image was die-cut with one of the dies from the the Sunray Venus Layering Basics die set (Tonic Studios).
Ancient patterned paper from the Fusion collection (Basic Grey) was die-cut with one of the dies from the Fishtail Flags dieset (Die-namics) and a circle from the Circle Nestabilities die set (Spellbinders). The patterned paper flag was edged with Dusty Concord Distress ink (Ranger), then layered onto a flag die-cut from solid cardstock.
Another sheet from the Fusion set was cut size, edged with Dusty Concord Distress ink. The matted fishtail die-cut was adhered over the patterned paper, then the image panel was added.
The sentiment was added to the patterned paper circle with Simply Sweet rub-ons (Doodlebug). The circle was matted with a slightly larger circle die-cut from solid cardstock, then added to the card front. Purple cardstock was die-cut with a Masquerade Masks die (Poppy Stamps) and patterned paper was die-cut with one of the butterflies from the Butterfly die set (Impression Obsession. The butterfly and the mask were adhered to the sentiment circle to finish the card.
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