I still love the stamp set and I don’t think I would ever part with it. I seem to catch myself saying that a lot when it comes to my Stampin’ Up! stamps. I’ll bet those of you who have this set will hang on to it as well.
I had fun with the sale-a-bration free Scallop Trim Border. And the occasions mini Scallop Trim Corner punches. I also couldn’t resist add some Frost White Shimmer Paint . . Which by the way is still available. In the same three colors that were available in the Holiday Mini Catalog .
I used the Stampin’ Up stamp set A flower for all seasons
Paper used: Tea party DSP , Whisper White and Almost Amethyst
Ink: Black Staz-on , Pretty In Pink, So Saffron and Almost Amethyst And Frost White shimmer Paint
Scallop Trim Border Punch & Scallop Trim Corner Punch
I colored some white grosgrain ribbon with a sponge and Almost Amethyst ink And added a button from the Sherbet designer buttons. And I added some stitching.
Champagne Mist #116806
Frost White #116854
shimmer paint adds a vibrant dimension that enhances the look of anything without actually changing its basic appearance.
It’s pigment ink, so you can do almost anything with it that you can do with ink—you can stamp with it, cover an entire section of card stock or paper with it, or apply it over a stamped image or Rub-On. Apply it with a sponge or sponge dauber directly to a stamp or paper. If you click on the card you’ll be able to see it a bit better. It’s a fun product and makes everything shimmer….. gorgeous!
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Thanks for looking !
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