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Summer Mini – A Little Bit Of Magic & Elements Of Style

I used a stamp set A Little Bit Of Magic from the Stampin’ Up! Summer Mini Catalog.

A Little Bit Of Magic

 

Summer Mini Catalog #120033

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Cardstock used is crushed curry, lavender lace, old olive and  naturals white .

The image was colored with  Stampin’ Up Classic inks, in the same colors as the cardstock. Using the aqua painter .

 I distressed the edges of the two layers using the Stampin’ Up! cutter kit.

And the background was embossed with the Sizzix Textured Impressions Embossing Folder – Flowers

The next card didn’t turn out so well. I tried something different . I used the top note die to make this card. Attaching two of the die cuts using glossy white paper. I used the brayer on the tope note die with Bashful blue and Always artichoke classic ink. Right away after I did that. I used my spray bottle and spritzed some water onto the top note. Using the flowers from the Elements Of Style stamp set. I stamped the image and colored it in with the aqua painter. Using Always Artichoke, Certainly Celery and Rose red.

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Thanks for stopping by and taking a look!
Lisa
 

Heartfelt Sympathy

Heartfelt Sympathy

 I had to make a sympathy card for my Sister-In -Law. Her father passed away unexpectedly . It’s not the easiest type of card for me to make.

My sister in law Kelley loves silver . So I chose the retired Stampin’ Up! Taste Of Textiles DSP and used the silver dsp.   I thought it was perfect for the card. Combining  two Stampin’ Up! Stamp sets. Thoughts And Prayers and Close As A Memory. I used VersaMark to stamp the images and sentiment . Then added silver Stampin’ Emboss Powder and the heat tool. After it was finished I added some clear flower gems.

Thanks for visiting!

Lisa