Happy Saturday stamping friends. I went for my 4 hour training this morning for my new job here in Davenport and I am going to love it. Nice people to work for and with. The sun is shining here but it is cool today and windy.
I stamped this card the other day to send to a friend of my family that is suffering with cancer. I made it for a card challenge for Colourq so I figured I better post it before the challenge is over. My card base is Crumb Cake and I used a strip of Blushing Bride and put it through the Big Shot with the Chevron EF. I stuck down a piece of the This and That Designer Washi Tape down the middle of it. I punched out a circle of Basic Gray with the 2-1/2" Circle Punch and then stamped the Just Thinking Image in Basic Black Ink onto Whisper White Card Stock after using my Embossing Buddy. Then I poured Black Embossing Powder on it and heat embossed it. I fussy cut out the circle and layered it on the Basic Gray circle. I had sponged the edges of my card stock with Crumb Cake ink and also sponged color onto my Tea Lace Paper Doily. I finally found them after moving some of my stuff. YAY! I popped up the circles with Dimensionals. Then I thought about my friend and I knew my card needed a bit more so added a Basic Rhinestone to the little design above the greeting. What do you think, do you like it? I thought it was pretty. I already mailed it off to her.
Here are the details:
Stamp Sets: Just Thinking
Card Stock: Crumb Cake, Blushing Bride, Basic Gray, Whisper White
Inks: Crumb Cake, Basic Black
Tools and Accessories: Big Shot, Chevron Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, This and That Designer Washi Tape, 2-1/2" Circle Punch, Embossing Buddy, Black Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Distressing Tool, Tea Lace Doilies, Sponge, Dimensionals, Sponge.
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Let me know what you think of my card. I hope you have a terrific day and click on my shop now button to the right for all your Stampin' Up! needs. Thanks for stopping by. Hugs, Bev