This two-step stamp set allows you to shine like a professional artist. The set is a photopolymer set, so exact placement is not a problem. What do you think?
Fresh Freesia A-2
Basic Black 5-3/8 x 4-1/8
Basic White 5-1/4 x 4 (2)
Fine Shimmer 1/2 x 5-1/4 (2)
Night of Navy
Tuxedo Black Memento
Two-Tone Flora Dies
First, I stamped my sentiment using Evening Evergreen on the top of a Basic White panel.
I then randomly stamped the small group of flowers, using Orchid Oasis and Pool Party (Step 1). I then added the detail using Calypso Coral and Night of Navy (Step 2).
I added the large leaves with Evening Evergreen.
Next, I stamped the two larger flowers on a scrap of Basic White. One flower was stamped using Orchid Oasis with Calypso Coral and the other using Pool Party with Night of Navy.
I then die cut these two with the Two-Tone Flora Dies. I attached them to the card front with dimensionals. I then decided to add a couple of leaves to the large flowers with a bit of Soft Succulent ink.
I then cut two strips of the fine shimmer paper and added one to each side of the Basic White panel.
I then attached the panel to a Basic Black matte and then onto the card base.
Lastly, I added the other Basic White panel to the inside of the card.
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Such a pretty card, Sally. I love those flowers!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Jeanette. Both of these stamp sets are new in the mini catalog. I am having too much fun creating with them. Thank you for stopping by here and commenting. Blessings.Delete
Another wonderful 2 step stamped card. Terrific colors you used.ReplyDelete
Yes, Lisa! I love being able to add accents without messing up. These are definitely worth the investment. Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to comment.Delete