Friday, January 1, 2016

Beloved Bouquet Stamp



Welcome to the Independent Consultant Stamp of the Month (SOTM) Blog Hop!
Our featured stamp set is Beloved Bouquet only available for purchase during the month of January.  The artwork created by participating consultants will give you an idea of what you can and will create with the stamp set when it arrives at your home.  

The hop is a circle you've arrived here from Lela's blog.  If you would like to start at the beginning or want to see the list of all the participants visit Melinda's blog. 

I'm Priscilla and I'm glad you've arrived here. I hope you enjoy my artwork featuring Beloved Bouquet.  This is a two step stamp set, which  requires a lighter ink first with a darker ink aligned on top.  This is where the My Acrylix stamps shine.  You get perfect placement, since you can see through the stamps.  





List of supplies used:

Colonial White card base
Pomegranate cardstock
My Reflections Paper Sangria
Exclusive Inks:  Canary, Colonial White, Fern, New England Ivy, Pomegranate, Poppy, Sweet Leaf.
Adhesives:  Thin 3-D Foam Tape, Other
Embellishments:  Gold Foil Tape, ribbon other.


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10 comments:

  1. Such bright colors! I love it, Priscilla!

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  2. Gorgeous card. I love all the layers and the surprise is hidden inside with the white ink. :)

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  3. Neat card, I like the inside stamping too!

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  4. Lovely card. I like the way you clustered the leaves.

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  5. Love, Love, Love! So much dimension on the flowers on leaves. Is that three layers I see on the yellow flower? I love how you arranged the leaves around the blossoms. Very realistic. BTW, I envy the fact that you can still take photos outside. :-)

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  6. Thank you. Yes I did layer the yellow flower 3 times and I'm thrilled I can still go outside. I spent 15 yrs. in the Pennsylvania snow, so being home is absolutely fabulous.

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Thanks for the Love!