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Market Street Sketch Challenge 3!!

Hello! So happy you could join me today!! I have my card inspiration for the Market Street Stamps Card Challenge. Along with the sketch there was an added challenge of using a spray mist.
The first thing I did was stamp Vintage Notepad using VersaMark onto my white cardstock. I then covered it with clear embossing powder and heated it with my heat gun. 
Next, I used October Afternoon's Sprinklers in Lemon Drop and Strawberry and alternated spraying them over the card base. The embossed image works as a resist, and you get a great look!
The label is a die cut from Nestabilities Label One onto Bazzill's embossed cardstock, Peek-a-Boo Leaves in white. I then used a yellow ink pad to rub over the raised part of the embossed paper to make it pop a little more. 
The rest is self explanatory, or at least I hope so. If you have any questions, please don't be afraid to ask. 
Hope you enjoyed today's card!!!

Card Recipe
Stamps: Market Street Stamps {Vintage Notepad, Celebrate Cake}
Spray Mists: October Afternoon Sprinklers {Lemon Drop, Strawberry
Ink: VersaMagic, VersaMark, 
Cabachon: handmade
Bling: Close to My Heart
Ribbon: unknown
Twine: American Crafts
Die Cut: Spellbinders Nestabilities {Labels One}

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