Tuesday, June 15, 2021

STAMPlorations June Theme & Photo Prompt Challenge Reminder


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Hello crafty peeps! I'm popping in with my mid month reminder
I went with just the theme again for my card, and I also
totally cased this card by Shery!

I started by cutting a panel from the Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Nesting dies.
Using one of the flower images from the Brave One stamp set, I
stamped it around the left side and bottom of the panel using Versamark
ink, then clear heat embossed. Using Tumble Glass and Shaded Lilac Distress ink, I
blended over the flowers and faded out the color nearer the center of the panel.
The With Sympathy was die cut three times, stacked and glued together before 
adding it to the panel. Finally, I stamped a few of the butterfly images from the same set.
You still have plenty of time to enter your project at STAMPlorations
Theme & Photo Prompt Challenge! We'd love to see what you
create with it. For more ideas, do please check out what my
teammates have created to inspire you.

Also, if you feel the need to shop the STAMPlorations store, feel free
to use my discount code for an extra 20% off!

Oh! And don't forget about the Birthday Sale this month!

 Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day!

Stamps: Brave One
Ink: Versamark; Ranger DI - Tumbled Glass, Shaded Lilac; Memento - Gray Flannel
CS: Neenah; TE
Accessories: MISTI; Picket Fence Studio blending brushes; GC; CUTplorations With Sympathy phrase die; Crazy double running stitch rectangle nesting die; WOW! - clear embossing powder; heat gun
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Ranger - MMM

1 comment:

Lindsey said...

Very pretty! Beautifully blended background.

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