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For the words I used alphabet dies. I laid out the letters on the grid of the glass media mat to make sure that they were straight. Then secured them with a piece of washi tape. I used my T-ruler to help make sure that the words would be straight on the cardstock and the washi tape helped to secure the dies so that they wouldn't move.
For the grass layers I used a Lawn Fawn die and ran it through my Big Shot machine once with another piece of Bristol Smooth paper. I used another Distress Ink (Mowed Lawn) to get the bright vibrant green, spritzing it with a little bit of water. Once dry I ran the grass die cut through with the same stitch rectangle die I used on the Resist Spray panel. I wanted a layer of grass, so I took the negative of the grass and layered on the green distress ink so that it was darker then the first layer and attached that to the background. Then I trimmed off the over hang. Now I could add the last grass layer.
I cut up a scrap piece of Doll House pink cardstock and added that to the back of the die cut words. Then popped up the entire panel with white fun foam. I attached the piece to a Neenah Solar white A2 size card base and added shimmer with a glitter pen to each letter. Then coated the words with Glossy Accents, which helps to keep the glitter intake and adds some shine.
I used the scraps from the resist spray panel for the inside by just trimming it down so it creates a half border frame.
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