It's All in the Details: the fantastic thing about this card is that there is very little stamping…it is mostly layering images that have been die cut.
The Hardwood background was stamped off once – to create a subtle image
The Designer Series Paper was cut on the diagonal to give the gingham a different look. And I like it!
I die cut the word love four times (3 from whisper white plus 1 from Sweet Sugarplum), adhered them together with the Fine-Tip Glue pen AND then added a thick layer of glue on top of the Sweet Sugarplum layer to give it an embossed and glossy look.
Always take the scenic route.
My Project Supply List (click on products to shop online)
Wow! It has been a crazy couple weeks. Last week I was in Salt Lake City, attending Stampin’ Up! Live aka a extremely large gathering of friends (both old and new) combined with lots of stamping, sneak peeks at the new catalog (LOVE LOVE LOVE IT and you will too) and an opportunity to play with some of the new products.
Want a catalog? I’ll send you one
OK, back to reality. It is time for the DOstamperSTARS weekly challenge. This week was a color challenge, which I love. Why do I love the color challenge? Because quite often I wouldn’t have considered combining the given colors…so it pushes me out of my comfort zone. Here we go…this weeks colors are:
I used a new stamp set that was gifted to each of the demonstrators at the OnStage Live event in Salt Lake City. And the design idea was CASE’d (copy and share everything) from the one and only fabulous CEO of Stampin Up!-Sara Douglass. She is a wonderful woman and SASSY, which is probably why I adore her.
What do I use to create this beauty? aka Supply List
Stamp Set: Marquee Messages (available June 1, 2016)
Paper: Wisteria Wonder cardstock (CS), Marina Mist CS, Pear Pizzazz CS and Whisper White CS