Thursday, October 15, 2020

STAMPlorations Theme & Photo Prompt Challenge reminder

Good morning and welcome!
I'm just popping in with a reminder about the October
Here's the card I made: 
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And the inside:

The main panel was cut using the Crazy Double Running Stitch rectangle dies.
The flowers are from the Bloomfully Sparkle stamp set. I heat embossed
it in gold, then used powder inks to water color the image. Once dry, I fussy
cut it and gave it a good coating of Pearl Glimmer Mist for some
major shimmer. I stamped the sentiment from the
Sketched: Simple Gift set, notched an end and also adhered on foam squares.
The inside sentiment comes from the Birthday Bash stamp set. 
I hope that you find some time this month to play along
We'd love to see your creations in the gallery!
For the Theme & Photo Prompt challenge prizes, one entry will win a $20 gift code
to be picked by one member of the design team. Also, 3 randomly selected entries
will each receive a $7 gift code.
If you happen to place an order in the STAMPlorations shop,
feel free to use my personal discount code, STAMPGIRLCHRIS
for an extra 20% off. 

Thanks for visiting. Have a wonderful day!

Stamps: Bloomfully: Sparkle; Sketched: Simple Gift; Birthday Bash
Ink: Versamark; Memento - Gray Flannel
DP: Kaisercraft - Mountain Air
CS: Strathmore mixed media paper; Core'dinations
Accessories: Magenta Nuance powder dyes - grass green, jade, golden yellow, orange, scarlet; MISTI; Stampendous - champagne EP; heat gun; GC; CUTplorations - crazy double running stitch rectangle dies; Nicole - rhinestones; water and paint brush; Tattered Angels - pearl Glimmer Mist
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares


  1. Beautiful! Really like the patterned paper background for your gorgeous flowers.


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