Here it is:
I wanted to show the ladies how nicely the A Muse inks emboss. It doesn't show up very well in the pictures, but I simply inked the stamps and then added clear embossing powder, which I heated. No extra care is needed; no versamark ink. The clear embossing powder allows the A Muse ink color to shine through.
I also wanted the club members to get their hands on the A Muse Silky Crush Ribbon. It is gorgeous, as you can see in the picture... but it also FEELS wonderful and is so easy to use.
And I love love LOVE the A Muse cloud dies. They are such fun to layer on a card. I dabbed a wee bit of the ink on the edges of them to give them some rainy depth.
I also added some A Muse blue Twinkle Stickers to give the effect of raindrops just below the umbrella image and a trio of the blue Twinkle Stickers on the sentiment strip. They are a great touch.
I absolutely love the cloudy designer paper, too!!! I even had to add a touch of it to the inside of the card.
If you'd like to join my A Muse Virtual Card Club to receive kits to make cards as well as a free A Muse catalog, send me an email and I'll tell you all about it. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
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Image & Sentiment: A Muse Days Like This (page 85 of the 2012 A Muse catalog)
Ink: A Muse Sky (page 128 of the 2012 A Muse catalog)
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink White and Paper Company Black
Designer Paper: A Muse Clouds (page 135 of the 2012 A Muse catalog)
Die: A Muse Cloud Duo (page 146 of the 2012 A Muse catalog)
Embellishments: A Muse Vanilla Silky Crush Ribbon (page 141 of the 2012 A Muse catalog) and A Muse Sky Dots Twinkle Stickers (page 139 of the 2012 A Muse catalog)