Sometimes I start using a stamp set and the more I use it the more I love it. That’s what’s happened with this Count My Blessings set. I’ve been using it and it’s fabulous! I love the big font and the pretty flowers!
I mean, really, look at those gorgeous flowers! Maybe some of you know this type of flower, I’d sure like to know. For this card I stamped the flowers on vellum with Mememto Ink, and then I colored the back side of the vellum with the new Stampin’ Blends (available November 1st). Coloring the back of the vellum gives a softer look to the color.
Count My Blessings Clear-Mount Stamp Set
Item No. 144790
The flowers were then placed over a piece of Shimmery White paper which had been watercolored with Melon Mambo ink and given a splatter of Melon Mambo ink all over.
I promise you will love this stamp set too! And as my special gift to you, if you order this set during the month of October I will email you three (3) FREE tutorials of cards designed by me using this set! CLICK HERE to place your order for this great set!
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Birthday cards and congratulations cards are wonderful and we love to send them, but I believe the best card we can send is the card saying we care. That’s why I love to send cards like this one, to show care and bring a smile to others. And I think it’s the best card we can send!
This sentiment on today’s card is from the Rose Wonder stamp set, and it’s one I use frequently. I’m so happy that it’s carrying over into the new catalog 🙂 It has been stamped on a piece of Whisper White card stock and punched out with a 1-3/4″ Circle Punch.
The pretty flowers are from a retiring set called Penned & Painted. It’s a great set of loose flowers and leaves. It’s a 2-step stamp set but I only used the outline stamps. Then I colored the insides of the flowers with our watercolor pencils and lightly brushed water over them with an aqua pen. The leaves are colored with our Stampin’ Write Markers.
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Hi there! Hope you are having a great week! I’ve been having fun making these pretty cards with the Sparkle Textured Impressions Embossing Folder!
Each card uses a different one of the 2016-18 In Colors. I love seeing them all together, they are so springy!
This sentiment from the Rose Garden stamp set was stamped on Whisper White cardstock and punched with the 2″ Circle Punch. Then it was layered on top of some of the 3/8″ Metallic Ribbon and poof, a gorgeous card!
The wonderful thing about these cards is that most of the items used to make them are now FREE (individually) with your $50 order! Sale-a-Bration is almost over and I want you to be able to take advantage of all the great FREE items! Here are the items from this card that you can get FREE (each one is FREE with a $50 order, before tax and shipping):
Sparkle Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Item No.147356
2016-18 In Color Cardstock Assortment, Item No. 147361
3/8″ Metallic Ribbon Combo Pack, Item No. 143601
(be sure to use the above item numbers when ordering)
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Today’s card uses the Beautiful You stamp set. This set is really something different. I love it!
These stamps are very artistic, they make beautiful scenes. And on top of that, they are amazingly easy to stamp! They give a clear crisp image.
It doesn’t take any time at all to make a great card! For this card I stamped the girl with the umbrella, then I stamped some designer series paper with the same stamp. I cut out the umbrella from the dsp and pieced it onto the umbrella on the girl. Super easy — and a big WOW!
I added a quick “sky” above the umbrella using the Sale-a-Bration set called Delicate Details (FREE with a $50 order!). Then I stamped a sentiment onto a piece of Mint Macaron card stock and punched it out with a circle punch. Quick and done!
Oh, I forgot…I used Watercolor Pencils on her dress! It’s so much fun to color…so relaxing! And, making cards is relaxing, don’t you think? That’s something I really like about card making, it gives me a chance to get away into a world of colors and papers and lace (sometimes), and forget everything else. What about you? Why do you like card making? Let me know, I love your comments!
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Stamps: Beautiful You, Delicate Details
Ink: Black Archival and Melon Mambo
Paper: Mint Macaron and Whisper White card stock, Blooms and Bliss dsp, Pop of Pink dsp
Tools: 2″ Circle Punch, Paper Snips, Watercolor Pencils, Blender Pen
Embellishments: Brights Enamel Shapes
Succulents are very popular right now, and Stampin’ Up! is right on trend. We have a beautiful Oh So Succulent stamp set, Succulents Framelits Dies, and a gorgeous coordinating designer series paper called Succulent Garden!
The big flower here is a stamp and it’s been stamped with Rich Razzleberry ink. Then it was filled in with a blender pen and some Sweet Sugarplum ink. That gives it the pretty shading!
The sentiment is from the Feather Together stamp set and it is stamped on vellum with Rich Razzleberry ink. There are some great sentiments in this stamp set and the font is quite modern 🙂
On a personal note, I thought I’d share with you a photo of me and my husband, David. He just had a birthday and this is a photo of us at dinner with our daughter and her fiance 🙂 Happy Birthday Honey!
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Stamps: Oh So Succulent, Feather Together
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Sweet Sugarplum, Mint Macaron
Paper: Old Olive and Whisper White cardstock, Succulent Garden designer series paper
Tools: Succulent Famelit Dies, Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine
Embellishments: Whisper White Baker’s Twine, Lace Doilies