Hello Stampin’ Friends ~
Today I have a card to share with you that was “in my head” when I prepared for my Technique Clubs this month. We are “creating” backgrounds. Back when I started we didn’t have all the beautiful designer papers that we do today so it was fun to learn different ways to create a background – in class they are doing the “Emboss Resist” and Sponging. Today’s card is basic stamping …
For all the cards, we used the “Beautiful You” stamp set, pretty good timing since it was International Women’s Day yesterday!! I will share those with you when my classes are done, I like to surprise my stampers.
Our background is simply stamped with the “Happy Birthday Gorgeous” stamp, and I did color on color and my choice of color is “Peekaboo Peach”, one of the 2016-18 In Colors. I love this technique because it is subtle you easily seen, and the font on this stamp is very forgiving … you don’t notice if every time you stamp it’s not exactly perfect.
My focal point is the “women” image … she was stamped on Whisper White and cut out with the Oval from the Stitched Shape Framelits. I then stamped the image onto the coordinating sheet of “Envelope Paper”. I’ve used this several times as a designer paper or to line my envelopes and now to “dress” or image!
You could just leave the card as it is, in it’s simplest form … or you can embellish it by adding some flowers around a part of the oval or some pearls, either way is a cute card and who wouldn’t want to be told they look gorgeous on their birthday!!
Thanks for checking in on me today.
Have a wonderful day … and celebrate being a women!
Here are the products I used to make my projects shown today. You can purchase these and other Stampin’ Up! products at my online store by clicking on the links below each products. During Jan. 4-Mar. 31, 2017. All $50 orders receive a free Sale-a-bration reward!
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Can you send me a hostess code? I will not be able to make Saturday as it is our Youth Fundraiser and I am Co-C0ordinator and need to be their.
On Thu, Mar 9, 2017 at 1:50 AM, Linda’s Stampin’ Escape wrote:
> Linda Schnabel posted: “Hello Stampin’ Friends ~ Today I have a card to > share with you that was “in my head” when I prepared for my Technique Clubs > this month. We are “creating” backgrounds. Back when I started we didn’t > have all the beautiful designer papers that we do toda” >