Sunday, May 2, 2010

Blog Tour for all friends of stampin up products - enjoyed by demonstrators and customers world wide

Susan Colamonico and Sherrill Graff created this art for you
(Visit after the tour is over for Susan's blog link)

Elements of Style
Stamp the images in so saffron, more mustard, soft suede, then Stazon black.
The flower above is punched out then crumpled to give it a vintage look.
For the inside of this envelope I used the suede DSP from the Thoroughly Modern Pack.
The flower is from the pretties kit and was dyed using the so saffron ink pad and a dauber.
Just lay the flowers on the ink pad and press it into the ink pad with the dauber. Allow the flowers to dry completely before adding them to your project.

Five scallop circles were punched out, wrinkled up, and layered to create this flower. I rubbed the edge of each circle in the suede pad. Make sure to stamp both sides of the paper before you punch out your circles.

The center for the flower above came from the baskets and blooms die.
Images stamped in so saffron, more mustard, soft suede, then Stazon black.
The black flowers look nice colored in using your saffron marker.

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1 comment:

Whimcees said...


This is so pretty and feminine! Love the flowers! I took the blog tours of all the queens and it was great fun!

Wishing you a good day today!

Barbara Diane