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Vintage Camera Card

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If you know my blog then you know I love Easel cards.  I love to load and layer cards and the Easel card is perfect for staying upright. 
 
I love the new TH Travel/ Compass embossing folder set and it's perfect for this 5x5 Easel card. 

 
I inked grunge with my daubers and distressed for the worn out Vintage Camera die.  For an added layer I inked a little piece of acetate with alcohol inks.  This way you can see the embossing!

 
Once the Easel is open there's more stamped grunge with the camera from Travel Blueprint. the new Mini Film Strip is a perfect layer along with the film strip ribbon.  I love all these layers together.

 
I have a back log of crafts to post.  I'm a busy girl with 3 kids and a husband that travels.  I'm still around though;)  Thanks for popping in crafty peeps.  I'll post again soon. 
 
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  1. Love love love this Nicole! How did you make the camera? Did I miss that? Easel cards are my favorite :)

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  2. Like how you used the Tim Holtz camera theme. The acetate is a wonderful touch. I do not have the embossing folder but have the rest of the TH items. I also posted a camera card today.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  3. Love it.. will be using the embossing folder this week end at our crop.. Love the camera stuff as well.. take care well done

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