Stampin' Blends

Blends and Blossoms in Bloom Puzzle Card

Puzzle card with Blends

Puzzle Cards are featured projects found in my August newsletter.

This card features the Blossoms in Bloom Bundle which includes the Blossoms in Bloom stamp set and coordinating Many Layered Blossoms Dies.

I colored the flowers using an assortment of Stampin' Blends.

This card is so pretty in person.

Puzzle Cards can be a little time-consuming to create but are so worth the effort!

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Blossoms in Bloom Bundle

Blossoms in Bloom

 

 

 

 

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Country Home and Buffalo Check

Basic Gray Buffalo PlaidCountry Home with Basic Gray and Night of Navy Buffalo Check

Mint Macaron Buffalo PlaidCountry Home with Mint Macaron and Smoky Slate Buffalo Check

Here are two more cards I created using the stamp set Country Home.

(You can see more of my Country Home creations Here)

For these, I paired them with the background stamp, Buffalo Check.

To create the background, I used the Stamparatus to get a good stamped image.

Buffalo Check is a large background stamp, and getting a good inking the first time around can be a challenge.

It's easy though when using the Stamparatus.  Load it up on a plate, ink, stamp, and repeat as necessary.

Then, I added more lines by placing a ruler on the image and drawing lines using Stampin' Write Markers.

I used Night of Navy for the first card, and Smoky Slate for the second.

I cut a square out of the middle of each background using my Big Shot and the Layering Squares Dies.  I matted them with coordinating cardstock, then added them back into the background using Mini Dimensionals to pop them up.

I colored the vase, milk jug and flowers from Country Home using a variety of Stampin' Blends and fussy cut them out using a pair of scissors.

They were added to the card front using Dimensionals to pop them up.

The greeting on the first card is from Blossoms in Bloom.

I added Metallic Pearls to complete.

 

Country Home

Country Home

 

Buffalo Check

Buffalo Check

 

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Country Home

Blue and White Country Home

 

Blue Milk Jug Country Home
I think I might be late to the table with the stamp set Country Home.

I've had it in my collection for awhile and just recently brought it out to use.

Not sure why the delay, but I must say, it has become one of my favorites.

Better late than never I suppose!

Here are two versions using the tile, milk jug and summer flower images.

The first is a simple blue and white version.  The intent was to color it in, but I really liked the simplicity and decided not to go any further.

The second is the colored version in blues and purples, one of my favorite color combos.

The images were stamped in Night of Navy ink.

I set the tile image up on my Stamparatus, and it was just a matter of moving the plate up a notch to get the perfectly aligned and placed images.

Love my Stamparatus!

I used a variety of Stampin' Blends and Stampin' Write Markers to color in the milk jug and flowers.

Country Home

Country Home

Supplies Used Card #1:

Stamp Set: Country Home

Ink: Night of Navy

Paper: Whisper White, Night of Navy

Accessories: Stamparatus, enamel dots out of my stash

Supplies Used Card #2:

Stamp Set: Country Home

Ink: Night of Navy

Paper: Night of Navy, Gorgeous Grape, Whisper White

Accessories: Stamparatus

 
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Blossoms in Bloom-Sign Up for My August Newsletter

Blossoms in Bloom August 2020 sampler

The new 2020-2021 Stampin' Up! Catalog is HERE

Have you seen the pretty Rainbow Glimmer Paper found on page 152 in the new Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog? 

Color combos of Bermuda Bay, Blackberry Bliss, Granny Apple Green, Magenta Madness and Mango Melody with a sparkly ombre effect.

It is so pretty in person.

I've paired Rainbow Glimmer Paper with the Blossoms in Bloom Bundle for my August 2020 Newsletter.

The Bundle includes the Blossoms in Bloom stamp set and Many Layered Blossoms Dies.

Featured projects will include the Puzzle Card Technique, which will give you pieces to make 2 cards, coloring with Stampin' Blends, and an idea for quick and easy card creations using different inks, the Stamparatus, and the Blossoms in Bloom stamp set.

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Please stay healthy.

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Thanks!

Happy Stampin'!

Jar of Flowers Sympathy Card

Irene Sympathy

Unfortunately, I needed to send another sympathy card.

A long-time resident of our small community passed away recently.

I wanted to send flowers, but instead, decided to make a jar of flowers in a card using the stamp set Jar of Flowers and coordinating Jar Punch.

The jar was punched out of watercolor paper that had been lightly sponged with Pool Party ink.

The flowers and greeting were stamped on watercolor paper using Memento Black ink.

The flowers and stems were colored using a variety of Stampin' Blends.  The flowers were fussy cut using a pair of scissors.

For the background, I spritzed the watercolor card front with water, then added Purple Posy ink refill using a water painter.

The pearls were colored with a black Sharpie pen.

 

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Flowers for Every Season-Easy, 5 Minute Card Creations Part 2

Flowers for every season 3

Blue flowers for every season

Here are two more quick and easy, 5 minute card ideas using designs from the Flowers for Every Season 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper.

It's fun letting the designer series paper do the heavy lifting!

For more card ideas, ideas, please visit my 5 Minute Creations Page HERE.

The greeting and bees on the top card came from the retired Honey Bee stamp set and Detailed Bee Dies.  Sorry for using retired product, but those sunflowers just needed bees!

The greeting on the 2nd card is from the Paper Pumpkin kit Flora and Fauna, which I use a lot.

The butterfly is from Butterfly Gala.

 

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Flowers for Every Season-Easy, 5 Minute Card Creations

Flowers for Every Season

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The designs in the new Flowers for Every Season 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper just make me smile!

Bright and cheery, they make quick and easy 5 minute card creations.

Let the Designer Series Paper do the heavy lifting.

For these 2 cards, I added the greeting from Butterfly Gala stamped using Misty Moonlight and Poppy Parade inks, matted with Misty Moonlight and Poppy Parade card stock, and cut out using my Big Shot and Stitched Nested Label Dies.

The pearls were colored using Night of Navy and Poppy Parade Stampin' Blends.

To see more ideas, please visit my 5 Minute Creations Page HERE.

 

 

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Varied Vases Cards

Varied Vases in another of my favorite stamp sets that is retiring. 

It'll be available until June or until supplies last.

Please note, the coordinating Vases Builder Punch is not retiring.

Here are a few cards I've made using the stamp set and punch.

Birthday Wishes Paper PiecingPaper Pieced Vases

The vase images were stamped on Best Dressed DSP in Gorgeous Grape ink, then punched out using the Vases Builder Punch.

The flowers were colored using Melon Mambo, Gorgeous Grape, Flirty Flamingo, and Call Me Clover Stampin' Write Markers, then colored in using Petal Pink, Purple Posy, and Pineapple Punch Stampin' Write Markers.

The Stamparatus was used to stamp the scallop border and greeting.

Soft suede watercolorWatercolor Wash Vases in Soft Suede

For this card, I swiped Soft Suede ink using an Aqua Painter on watercolor paper.

The vases were punched using the Vases Builder Punch.  Soft Suede ink was sponged along the edges.

I used the Sprig punch to punch leaves out of Copper Foil card stock.

The greeting from Varied Vases was stamped using the Stamparatus in Soft Suede ink.

Pearls were added for interest, and the card front was attached to Copper Foil card base.

Blue watercolorWatercolor Wash in Night of Navy

For this card, Night of Navy was used for the watercolor wash. 

Nobel Peacock Foil Paper was used for the sprig and card base. 

The pearls were colored using Dark Night of Navy Stampin' Blend.

 

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Beautiful You-Stamping on Ceramic Tiles

Beautiful You Stamped Ceramic Tiles

Stamping on ceramic tiles is one of my all-time favorite techniques!

These make great gifts and are good for an "anything but a card" theme. 

This would be a great idea for Mother's Day.

Or how about for an upcoming bridal or baby shower?

Colors could easily be chosen to match the theme of the party!

The technique is easy to do!

You will first need to purchase the tiles.  These can be found at any home improvement store for very little cost.

There are many varieties in many sizes, but I find that unglazed tiles work the best.  

Great tiles to use for this technique are tumbled marble which can be found at your local hardware store.  These tiles are often pitted which provides interest.

I purchased a shrink wrapped bundle of 9 tumbled marble tiles at our local Ho** De*** for about 10.00.

After removing the shrink wrap, I wiped all sides of the tiles with a damp paper towel to remove any dust.

Once the tiles dried completely, I was ready to start.

I simply stamped the "dancing girl" image and greeting from the stamp set Beautiful You using Stazon ink.

Stazon works well because it is permanent and will not smear. 

If you don't have Stazon, you could use an archival ink.  This should work ok because you will be sealing the tiles at the end anyway.

I then colored in the dress and hat using regular dye based Stampin' Up! Write Markers and set them aside to dry completely.

Stampin' Blends would work also.

This was the fun part.  Mixing and matching colors to create a colorful outfit. 

I found that my favorites were the images colored in bright pinks and blues

Experimenting is half the fun!

Once the marker ink was dry, I sprayed them with a clear acrylic matte sealant to seal in the inks. 

When using the sealant, be sure to follow the directions for use, especially spraying in a well-ventilated area.

The sealant will dry fairly quickly.  And now your tiles should be water resistant!

To protect any furniture that these tiles may be placed on from scratching, I added some fun foam "feet" to the bottom of each.  I simply cut the fun foam down to size (the tiles are approx 4"x4", so the fun foam was cut to 3 1/2" x 3 1/2") and then attached it to the bottom of the tile using a spray adhesive.

  Beautiful You Stamped Ceramic Tile

Beautiful You Stamped Ceramic Tile

Beautiful You Stamped Ceramic Tile

Easy, easy and a perfect gift. 

 

 

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Beautiful You (retiring)

Ink: Black Stazon, various markers

Accessories: tumbled marble tiles, matte sealant, fun foam, spray adhesive

 

 

Happy Stampin'!

Bloomin' Flowers Garden Glove

Garden glove

This spring-inspired bloomin' flowers garden glove card is one of the featured projects included in my April 2020 Newsletter.

As the Corona Virus runs its course, we are being encouraged to stay home.

This would be a great time to do a little stamping, don't you agree?

Get out the stamps, ink, and paper for a little mental well-being!

I'm here to give you some ideas for fun, creative projects!

How about trying this bloomin' flowers garden glove?

This card would be perfect for a birthday, thank you, Mother's Day, or just thinking of you!

I have FREE instructions for you!

Simply add your name to my mailing list using the Sign Up Box located in the upper right-hand corner of this page anytime in April 2020.

You'll receive my April Newsletter via e mail with the  instructions for the garden glove card.

You'll also receive a FREE "Adhesives 101" tutorial as my gift to you.

It's just that easy!

Stay healthy and safe.

Anne

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Painted Poppies Valentine's Day Card

Over the next few days, I'll be sharing some Valentine's Day cards I created to send out to customers and friends. 

I used stamps in my collection that aren't necessarily Valentine's Day themed, but with the right colors and greeting, they lend themselves to cards that can be sent to the special people in your life.

For the first two, I used the stamp set Painted Poppies.  I stamped them onto Whisper White card bases using Memento Black ink, then colored in the image using a variety of Blends.

The greeting is from Honey Bee.  I used the Stamparatus to get good stamped images.

The pearls were colored with a Lovely Lipstick Blend.

The black and silver cording is retired, but any ribbon could be substituted.

Field of Painted PoppiesField of Poppies

 

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Painted Poppies, Honey Bee

Ink: Memento Black

Light Cherry Cobbler, Light and Dark Poppy Parade,  Light and Dark Lovely Lipstick, Light and Dark Flirty Flamingo, Dark Petal Pink, Light and Dark Calypso Coral Stampin'  Blends,

Rich Razzleberry Stampin' Write Marker

Paper: Basic Black, Flirty Flamingo, Whisper White

Accessories: Stamparatus, pearls, black and silver cord from my stash (retired)

Single Poppy Valentine's Day

Single Poppy

The black and white striped DSP is from the Golden Bee collection which is one of the Sale-A-Bration choices.

 

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Painted Poppies, Honey Bee

Ink: Memento Black

Light Flirty Flamingo, Dark Lovely Lipstick, Light Daffodil Delight, Light Old Olive Stampin' Blends

Paper: Whisper White, Golden Bee Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Stamparatus, pearls, black and silver cord from my stash (retired)

Be sure to check back for more Valentine's Day card ideas.

They will be included in my Valentine's Day Page HERE

Painted Poppies Bundle

Painted poppies bundle

Stampin' Blends

Stampin Blends

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Happy 2020-In the Woods Mercury Acetate Blends Background

Mercury Acetate background

Best Wishes for Peace, Health, and Happiness in the New Year!

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Teeny Tiny Wishes

Ink: Cajun Craze

Stampin' Blends: Dark Daffodil Delight, Dark Cajun Craze, Light and Dark Poppy Parade

Paper: Cajun Craze, Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Silver Glimmer, Mercury Glass Designer Acetate

Accessories: Big Shot, Detailed Deer and In the Woods Dies, Mini Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Merry Christmas-Tri-Fold Snow Front Card

Snow front tri foldTri-Fold Snow Front Card Closed

Snow Front tri fold openedTri-Fold Snow Front Card Opened

Snow Front Tri fold insideTri-Fold Snow Front Card Inside

This card was inspired by an idea I saw from Michelle Last.

It is an easy tri-fold card using Snow Front, one of my favorite stamp sets found in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog.

This stamp set is perfect for my surrounding in the mountains of southern Colorado.

The mountains, trees, creek, and deer. 

Plus the little cabin which reminds me of our little house in the big forest.

This stamp set has it all!

Card measures 9 3/4" x 5 1/2" and was scored at 3 1/4" and 6 1/2".

I stamped the mountains using a combination of Night of Navy, Highland Heather and Seaside Spray inks.

Once stamped, I trimmed around them using a pair of scissors.

The cabin, deer, snowman, and greeting were stamped using the Stamparatus.

The mountains, trees, water, and landscape were stamped free hand.

It came together pretty easily.  I hope you'll give it a try.

Thanks Michelle for your inspiration!

Snow Front will be the featured product in my December newsletter which will hit e mail inboxes today,  December 10th.

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It will also be featured in upcoming blogs posts during December, so stay tuned!

Snow Front

Snow frontSupplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Snow Front, Still Scenes (greeting)

Ink: Night of Navy, Highland Heather, Seaside Spray, Early Expresso, Pear Pizzazz, Garden Green

Accessories: Stamparatus

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Snow Globe Mercury Acetate and Blends Background

Mercury Acetate Bears

Have you seen the Mercury Glass Designer Acetate in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog?

I overlooked it a few times as it really isn't prominent in the samples.

But, it is really cool stuff!

I provides easy backgrounds that add that WOW factor!

So, what is it?

According to Wikipedia, "Mercury glass (or silvered glass) is glass that was blown double walled, then silvered between the layers with a liquid silvering solution, and sealed.  Although mercury was originally used to provide the reflective coating for mirrors, elemental mercury was never used to create tableware."

Stampin' Up! Mercury Glass Designer Acetate features a faux mercury glass look on translucent paper.

To get different effects, place it over different colored card stock. 

Or, you can also color the back of the paper using Blends like I did for this card. 

The color will show through the clear parts of the acetate. 

Since Blends are alcohol based, the ink will dry fairly quickly.

The possibilities are endless!

Just a note, there is a clear film covering the back side of the acetate that should be removed in order to get the full effect.

It is a little hard to get started.  I slightly bent one of the corners of the acetate, then used my Take Your Pick Tool to work the film free. 

Then, you can peel it away. 

I  peeled just enough away to cut my 4" x 3 1/4" piece needed for this card.  Then, I moved the film back over the rest of the sheet until I need it for another project.

The Designer Acetate comes in a pack of 4- 12" x 12" sheets, 2 each of 2 designs.

Fun!

Mercury Glass Designer Acetate

Mercury glass designer acetate

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Itty Bitty Greetings

Ink: Cajun Craze

Stampin' Blends: Dark Daffodil Delight, Dark Calypso Coral, Light and Dark Cherry Cobbler

Paper: Early Espresso, Whisper White, Mercury Glass Designer Acetate

Accessories: Big Shot, Snow Globe Scenes Die, Mini Dimensionals, Stamparatus

Happy Stampin'!

Tie-Dye using Pigment Sprinkles

Bee Thankful Tie DyeDisinfectant Wipes Pigment Sprinkles Tie-Dye Background

My August Fresh Ideas Newsletter featured the Pigment Sprinkles Tie-Dye Background Technique using everyday household items such as tissue paper and disinfectant wipes. 

Baby wipes would also work, but I like the texture of the disinfectant wipes. 

Looks like honeycomb!

Here's another tie-dye background that I paired with the stamp Bee Thankful colored in with a variety of Stampin' Blends.

It's easy to create bright and vivid backgrounds with this technique.

If you'd like to learn more, please add your name to my mailing list (sign-up box is in the upper right-hand corner of this page) between August 26-September 3.

You will receive my Pigment Sprinkles Tie-Dye Background Tutorial in a pdf format. 

It will arrive approximately 10 minutes after the sign up process has been completed.

As an added bonus, you'll receive my Adhesives 101 tutorial as my gift to you!

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Blends Ombre Bee Thankful

Flirty Flamingo  Highland Heather ombre
Flirty Flamingo, Highland Heather Blends Ombre Bee Thankful

Flirty Flamingo  Poppy Parade ombreFlirty Flamingo, Poppy Parade Blends Ombre Bee Thankful

Create happy, colorful (and quick), ombre thank you cards using Stampin' Blends and the cute stamp set Bee Thankful.

All you need are 3 colors of coordinating Stampin' Blends.

Light, medium, and dark.

Stamp the image on a piece of Whisper White card stock using Memento Black or Black Stazon inks.

As always, I used my Stamparatus to get a good stamped image.

Then color the top parts of the image using the lightest Blend.

Move onto the middle parts of the image using the medium Blend.

Finish the bottom parts of the image using the darkest Blend.

That's it!

After coloring the images, I ran the card front through my die-cut machine using the Subtle Embossing Folder.

Its gives the image the look of linen paper. 

The Subtle Embossing Folder has now become my favorite!

Bee Thankful

Bee ThankfulSubtle Embossing Folder

Subtle embossing folder

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Bee Thankful

Ink: Black Memento, various Stampin' Blends

Paper: Blushing Bride, Purple Posy (card 1) Poppy Parade (card 2), Whisper White

Accessories: Big Shot, Subtle Embossing Folder, enamel shapes from my stash, Stamparatus

 

Happy Stampin'!

Neon Chalk Dandelion Wishes

Neon Chalk

Neon Chalk Technique

Here's a quick and easy idea to bring vivid colors to your card project!

All you need is a heat embossed image and Stampin' Blends!

Here's how:

  1. Swipe Basic Black card front using the Embossing Buddy. Stamp flowers from Dandelion Wishes using Versamark.  Heat emboss using a heat tool and white embossing powder.
  2. Color parts of the flowers using Stampin’ Blends.
  3. Swipe Basic Black scrap paper using the Embossing Buddy. Stamp greeting from Dandelion Wishes using Versamark. Heat emboss using a heat tool and white embossing powder.  If desired, color in the greeting using Stampin’ Blends.
  4. Punch greeting using 1 ¾” circle punch. Punch a mat out of Melon Mambo card stock using 2” circle punch. Layer the two circles.
  5. Attach card front to Melon Mambo mat. Attach to Whisper White card front. Attach greeting to card front using Mini Dimensionals to pop it up to complete.

Stampin' Blends

Stampin Blends

 

Stamp Set: Dandelion Wishes

Ink: Versamark, various Stampin’ Blends

Paper: Whisper White, Melon Mambo, Basic Black

Accessories: Embossing Buddy, heat tool, white embossing folder, 1 ¾ and 2” circle punches, Mini Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

July Fresh Card Making Ideas-Rolling Cards

Rolling Cards!

Rolling cardAnimal Outing Rolling Card

Rolling cardStained Glass Rolling Card

Super easy and the possibilities are endless!

Want to learn more?

My July Fresh Card Making Tutorial will feature the Rolling Card Technique.

The tutorial will feature two designs.

One made using the  Animal Outing stamp set.  We are expecting our second grand baby the end of August, so I created this card to welcome him into the world!

The  second card was made using the stamp set Painted Glass and Stampin' Blends.

This tutorial will hit e mail inboxes at 9:00 am (MST) on July 23, 2019.

Please add your name to my mailing list by 8:00 am (MST) on July 23 to receive this tutorial complete with step-by-step color photographs in a pdf format.

To sign up, please use the Sign Up Box located in the upper right hand corner of this page.

Once the sign up process has been completed, you'll receive my Adhesives 101 tutorial via email in pdf format as my gift to you.

I hope to hear from you!

Anne

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Vellum and Blends Pocketful of Happiness

Vellum Pocketful of HappinessVellum and Blends Pocketful of Happiness

Here's another fun card created using the new stamp set Pocketful of Happiness with the coordinating Pocket Die.

For this card, I stamped the pocket image onto a piece of vellum card stock using Stazon ink and the Stamparatus.

Then, I colored the backside of the image using a collection of Stampin' Blends.

The flowers inside the pocket were stamped on a scrap piece of Whisper White card stock using Memento Black ink.  Once they were colored in using Stampin' Blends, I cut them out using a pair of scissors. 

I also used the Stampin' Blends to color the pearls.

The greeting comes from Itty Bitty Greetings.

An easy and fun card to create!

Pocketful of Happiness

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Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Pocketful of Happiness, Itty Bitty Greetings

Ink: Memento Black and Black Stazon, Stampin' Blends

Paper: Whisper White, Petal Pink, Basic Black, vellum card stock

Accessories: Big Shot, Pocket Dies,  pearls, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue, Stamparatus

Happy Stampin'!

All the Good Things Bonsai

Bonsai

I really like the bonsai image found in the stamp set All the Good Things.

It's really easy to ink up and stamp using the Stamparatus.

Ink and stamp in stages using different colors for the different parts.

I placed my Whisper White card front in the Stamparatus, then positioned the bonsai stamp where I wanted it on the paper.  I closed the hinged plate, picking up the stamp.

I first inked the leaves using Pear Pizzazz ink direct from the ink pad.  I stamped and repeated using the Stamparatus a couple of times making sure I got a good stamped image.

Then, I added Mossy Meadow ink by coloring the image in select places using my Stampin' Write Marker.  I stamped using the Stamparatus a couple of times making sure I got a good stamped image.

Next, came the trunk which I colored in using my Early Espresso Stampin' Write Marker.  I colored and stamped a couple of times using the Stamparatus, making sure I got a good stamped image.

Next is the pot which I colored in using my Rich Razzleberry Stampin' Write Marker.  Yep, you guessed it, I colored and stamped a couple of times using the Stamparatus.

The dirt inside the pot was colored using my Crumb Cake Stampin' Write Marker.

I removed the bonsai image and then placed the greeting on the Stamparatus.  I inked it up using my Mossy Meadow ink pad and stamped a couple of times to get a good stamped image.

A strip of Floral Romance Designer Series Paper was added to the side of my Mossy Meadow card base.  The stamped image was matted to a piece of Rich Razzleberry card stock and popped up on the card base to complete.

All the Good Things

All the Good Things catalog

Stamparatus

Stamparatus

Supplies:

Stamp Set: All the Good Things

Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Mossy Meadow, Early Espresso, Rich Razzleberry, Crumb Cake

Paper: Mossy Meadow, Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, Floral Romance Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Stamparatus, Dimensionals

 

 

Happy Stampin'!