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More Spring Stamp-A-Stack Cards

As I promised yesterday, here are two of the cards being made at my Stamp-A-Stack next week. You can tell by just looking at the bottom card how I made it (got the idea from a card in the big catty), but you may not be able to tell how I did the top one. It's very simple and quick.

I ran the Naturals White card stock through my Big Shot using the Elegant Bouquet Textured Impressions Folder. Then, I brushed Stampin' Pastel chalks over the raised images using sponge daubers. I used Taken with Teal & Rose Red pastels on the flowers, Old Olive pastels on the leaf type shapes and dots, and Pumpkin Pie pastels on the swirls. I love the effect the chalks have on the dry embossed images.

Stamps: Well Scripted (Mini)

Ink: Taken With Teal

Paper: Rose Red & Naturals White card stock

Accessories: Stampin' Pastels, Sponge Daubers, Big Shot Die-Cut Machine, Elegant Bouquet Textured Impressions Folder, and Corner Rounder Punch


Stamps: For All You Do and Thank You Kindly

Ink: Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, Soft Suede, & Rich Razzleberry Classic Ink Pads

Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Crushed Curry, & Whisper White card stock

Accessories: Bermuda Bay Polka-Dot Ribbon, Trio Flower Punch, & Silver Brads


I'll show individual pictures of the last two cards for my Stamp-A-Stack tomorrow. If you would like to see the first one I posted, along with a group picture of all of the Stamp-A-Stack cards, please to go YESTERDAY'S POST.

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  1. These cards are absolutely beautiful. Gorgeous colors.

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