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An ink blended background is the perfect backdrop to these cute deer!

ink blended background

An ink blended background is a great way to give subtle interest to the main focus of the card.

A white heat embossed background on a neutral colour really adds subtle interest and texture to a card while still letting the focal point shine and boy what a cutie is this cat from Hero Arts Playful Animal set! Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2015/07/white-heat-embossed-background/ ~ Debby Hughes ~ Lime Doodle Design

white heat embossed background

A white heat embossed background on a neutral colour really adds subtle interest and texture to a card while still letting the focal point shine. I used Fog card and

hand crafted Thanksgiving card from three umbrellas ... woodgrain background on kraft ... die cut leaves in bright colors toned down with sponged edges ... they glow! ... beautiful card ...

hand crafted Thanksgiving card from three umbrellas ... woodgrain background on kraft ... die cut leaves in bright colors toned down with sponged edges ... they glow! ... beautiful card ...

Watercolored card backgrounds two ways + blog hop + giveaway. Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2017/01/watercolored-card-backgrounds-two-ways/

Watercolored Card Backgrounds Two Ways + Giveaway

Ann Greenspan's Crafts: Brights Are In

Deer To Me; Good To Be Bad; All In Onesie; So To Speak

Deer To Me; Good To Be Bad; All In Onesie; So To Speak

For me, to ensure there is plenty of color to an image, the best way is extending a watercolored background around the image.

Extending a Watercolored Background

For me, to ensure there is plenty of color to an image, the best way is extending a watercolored background around the image.

Fussy cutting allows for elements to be layered and overlapped without the white edge you get when using dies. Find out more by clicking the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2015/09/fussy-cutting/

fussy cutting

Fussy cutting allows for elements to be layered and overlapped without the white edge you get when using dies.

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