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i used a pic i altered in adobe lightroom; i turned it b&w, and altered the color/saturation curves to create extreme highlights/shadows.the backing is plain black cardstock with an overlay white scallop-edged cardstock. the remaining paper i used is from DCVW (Die Cuts with a View) The Alphabet Stack with Glitter. i cut a center strip from one of the pages and placed it on the white scalloped paper, then placed red cardstock on it to frame the photo. the photo itself was left un-matted, but i cut small strips from the DCWV paper to border the top/right sides of it.the shadow behind the center is chalking, i used a deep charcoal color and swept it in a circular motion around the center point. I also used a black marker to outline the center strip of paper, to create some depth.The black flower next to the photo was hand-cut from a piece of leftover scrap paper, and painted with Stickes (glitter glue-gel) on the outer petals and center. the red hummingbird is a rub on, and the "happiness" sticker is from Heidi Swapp. i used stamps with black ink to create the dots/flourishes around the photo, and the flowers were plain white, but i coated them with a metallic/platinum colored ink pad, using my fingers to apply. the polka dots were added to the left flower using a fine-point black marker. at the top and right side i used cut-out flourishes from a Hambly silk screen print (clear) sheet of journaling bits

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