Real Red ink Real Red Marker Wasabi Ink Only Orange Ink Wasabi Marker Ribbon Scallop Punch 1 1/4 circle punch 1 3/4 circle punch Real Red and Bliss Blue Card stock Glossy White Using markers for the berries so you can get the 2 tone colors, make sure to huff on your stamp before stamping. This makes the marker remoisten before you stamp. I used glossy white to help make it all be more brighter, but you do need to wait to allow to dry before using your punch. I also added aw white gel pen to the scallop flower to also add a little more color. It really is all about the layer without it becoming gaudy. Use part of the circle punch to the corners of the layer to get the curve look. Again, bringing out the layer color. You will need to add a little more postage to this card if your sending it in the mail, but isn’t it just worth it? Remember any colors and stamps you have will make the card your own! The style is what helps in the creative process! Enjoy crafting! Love deeper, talk sweeter today, Lee
Ever feel just overwhelmed with gratitude? I sure have this month! I have been making up some of these cards to be ready for the supporters that give to our ministry on a monthly bases. We love to hand stamp as many as we can and in a pinch I will make up some photo shot cards from the kids that come to ranch. YET, there is nothing more meaningful to make them by hand.
I used Stampin’ Up’s new set from the fall last year, 2016, and the Paisley cut outs. LOVE those things! Just stamp and put the platelet over the stamped image, roll in my BIG SHOT and whoa…quick and perfect images with out the hassle of cutting them out by hand! The background pine cones is from the templates embossed image and using the simmering white just adds a little touch of sparkle. Enjoy making an adorable card and of course add your layers!
Stamping makes me happy!
Love deeper and Talk sweeter and enjoy crafting!