We’re right in the middle of summer and the Laura Kelly line from ThermOWeb is PERFECT for bright and happy cards!

I used three Laura Kelly Toner Sheets and three colors of Laura Kelly Foil Transfer Sheets on my card – and I used up some scraps! I always tell you to keep your small pieces and today I showed you one way to use them! I blended green ink onto a Wacky Waves Toner Sheet and then wiped off any excess ink with a microfiber towel. I placed a piece of Laura Kelly Flamingo Pink Foil pretty side up onto the Toner Sheet and used a piece of Deco Foil Parchment Paper and ran the sandwich through my laminator. The results are this pretty watermelon looking background!

I made a project live on the ThermOWeb YouTube Channel with the Laura Kelly Baby Swiss and Sweet Swirls Toner Sheets and had pieces left over. I never let pretty things go to waste, so I decided to use them to accent the side of my card. I had used Carrot Orange Foil on the Baby Swiss Toner Sheet and Magic Wand Silver on the Sweet Swirls Toner Sheets and I loved the happy mix of colors! I added them onto the left side of my card and then popped up my third-panel using foam tape from the iCraft White 1/16″ Jumbo Foam Tape Roll.

I stamped a couple of cupcakes from the Laura Kelly Kindness on Purpose Stamp Set and colored them with Copic Markers. I wanted to stick to the watermelon color scheme so I used pinks and greens. I cut them out with my scissors and arranged them on my card. I realized that my card had somehow too much and too little at the same time. I needed something neutral to break up the card. I used a die from the Trinity Stamps Slimline Dainty Scallop Edge Die Set and cut down a Baby Swiss Toner Sheet. I didn’t add any foil or inking – just left it black and white – and that did the trick!

I finished off my card by adding my cupcakes and sentiment with iCraft 3D Foam Squares. Hope you love it! See you soon!

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