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    Sprinkles by Martha Lucia

    Hello crafty friends, Martha Lucia here with you!

    Today I am excited to share a card that I really, really like. I used some of the new sprinkles from Kat Scrappiness to create my own version of Sprinkles Card.

    Sprinkles by Martha Lucia

    Normally we use the sprinkles to create shaker cards, but the fabulous and unique designs from Kat Scrappiness inspire to use them in other options or ways. My card is a rainbow Happy Birthday Card or Sprinkles card.

    The first thing that I made, was to cut from whisper white card stock the large zig zag stitched rectangle die. I love how look these stitches and triangles in my cards. Then, I used a rainbow die cut to create the template of the rainbow arcs and pasted Flower Sprinkles following the rainbow lines. I used four different colors of Flower Sprinkles: Red, Pink, Blue and Purple.

    Sprinkles by Martha Lucia

    To paste the flowers, I used On Point Glue and the process was really simple. At the end when I was totally satisfied with the look, I stamped a Happy Birthday sentiment with Memento Grape Jelly.

    Easy and fun to make. Plus another way to use the sprinkles!

    Thanks for stopping by!

    See you soon, Martha Lucia.

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    Zig Zag Rectangle Die Cuts
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    Red Flower Sprinkles
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    Blue Flower Sprinkles
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    Purple Flower Sprinkles
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    Metal Die Side Snips
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