Happy Wednesday Everyone!
This week I’m using a stamp that is really easy to create dimension with – the lines help you figure out where the shadows are. I used masking to stamp the two flowers behind the middle flower.
I think this is the first time I have used vellum for my sentiment. I think I’m going to have to do this more often! So many times I feel like I’m staring at my card wondering where the heck I am going to put the sentiment. I know I don’t need one every time, but I kind of like to have one. With vellum, it can be very subtle and not distract your focal point. I seriously feel like I learn something new every week!
Just a reminder that Stampin’ Up!’s Sale-a-Bration ends this Saturday, so you have just a few days left to get some free stuff!
Lily Pad Cards asked me to participate in their blog hop this Sunday to celebrate their one year birthday! I’m so excited. Of course, I am such a planner that it’s already done! Copics and cupcakes. Come back on Sunday to see!
Have a great week!
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- Stampin’ Up! Summer Solstice Stamp Set
- Stampin’ Up! En Francais Background Stamp
- Stampin’ Up! Thank You Kindly Stamp Set
- Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Scattered Straw
- Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
- Stampin Up! Wild Wasabi Marker
- Stampin’ Up! Tempting Turquoise
- Colorbox Charcoal Chalk Ink
- Versamark Ink
- Copic Sketch Markers: petals (R81, R83, R85, R29), petal shadow (R85, R89), inside (Y15), stem (YG17, YG25)
- Hero Arts Bling
- Eclipse Masking Tape
- Prismacolor White Colored Pencil
- Stampin’ Up! Black Embossing Powder
- Stampin’ Up! Dimensionals
- Stampin’ Up! Mini Glue Dots
- Sizzix Big Shot