Hello, and a big Thank You to everyone for being patient for me to post something new and not part of our color challenge. This sentiment stamp set is from our photo polymers, Another Thank You! if you have not tried the photopolymers you are definitely missing out! Soooo…..my favorite type of stamp. They are so easy to see through, (now you know it will be straight) and easier to cling to the clear block! The new Halloween photopolymer is my next purchase.
Thanks for stopping by my blog today and being so supportive!
Elegant Eggplant, Wisteria Wonder and Pear Pizzazz
We seem to be catching up on the summer and spring we never had, weather wise. Here on the east coast, what another beautiful week!
All I have to say about this card is Simple! 3 flagged strips of left over CS, a quick stamp then piercing the edges with the piercing tool, on the sentiment. A little vintage button to add a dimensional effect. Quick tip: I always have white bakers twine on hand and if don’t have the color ribbon to match I dye it with the refill drops or the ink pad, I run it through using my bone folder and let the twine dry.
I love this sentiment because I catch myself saying something like this one all the time to myself, no matter how crazy things in life can get! “it’s all really good!”
To see more of our talented teams creations please visit Brandy’s cards. Thanks for stopping by today, and have a great weekend!
Here it is! Love this stamp set, I hope they come out with one for Christmas!
You know what today is, its color challenge day for the Blooms and Butterflies team. SOOOO excited to show you Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive and Rich Razzleberry! I love Halloween for my boys as long as its not too gory for them. That scares them, and me too! With this card I tried MDS and printed out the stamp on card stock and cut it out with the Apothecary framelits! Starting to get used to MDS but it has been fun and I started creating my Christmas card too! Love it! Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your day!
Yes, its crazy to post about Christmas preparedness when it’s only September but I guess we all could use some creative outlet during the holidays!