Monday, March 23, 2009

The Stampers' Sampler is one of my favorite stamping magazines, and I especially like the "Different Point of View" selections. It is always interesting to see the different cards that are made using the same stamp or stamp sets. This card is an example since it was made with the same stamp set that was used on the black and white card that was posted on March 18th.
Stamps: Elemental Doodle's Friendship Tea set; Ink: VersaMark; Embossing Powder: JudiKins' Metallic Detail Gold; Paper: Basic Grey Phoebe Collection, coral pink CS base, apple green and dark brown CS scraps, Cougar Opaque white, and coral pink by Core-ordinations; Cuttlebug flowers: With Love; Embellishments: Dew Drops from The Robin's Nest; and Mini Pop Dots from All Night Media
Stamp large teacup and saying with VersaMark ink, add gold EP and heat emboss on brown scrap paper. Mount on apple green scraps and then on white scraps; set aside. Cut brown designer paper from the Phoebe collection to 5-1/4"x4" and adhere to coral card. Use Cuttlebug to dry emboss flowers on a strip of Core-ordinations CS. Using a manicure buffer, lightly sand embossed flowers until the white core appears. Adhere to background paper. Cut floral strip of pink floral paper from the Phoebe collection the width of the card, trimming scalloped edges with scissors. Place on card; add teacup and saying using pop dots on saying for dimension. Embellish with Dew Drops.

1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous card. Stamper's Sampler is an awesome magazine. I realy enjoy reading it. And I love your take on their "different point of view"