Of course it took me almost as long to decide what direction to play as it did to make my card. Finally, having decided on my cardstock and the rest of what I was going to use, I realized that subconsciously I had already made my decision. My conscious mind just had to catch up. I chose to go diagonally and do the Die-cut/Embossing/Sequins. My colour choice would be perfect for that. I had pulled out some white and some Mint Macaron. The clear choice would be to use silver sequins with that, die cut a silver foil butterfly, and heat-emboss my sentiment in silver embossing powder.
I also added some of that soft and so exceptionally-easy-to-tie Dotted Lace Trim in the Mint Macaron. Each time I use the ribbon I fall more deeply in love (and I'm not usually a ribbon user). I also used the new Bojo Chic embossing folder on a piece of the Mint Macaron cardstock and the Decorative Dots embossing folder on a layer of white cardstock.
I love the results, don't you?
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