I didn’t use this stamp set much. It’s images are smaller than I usually use because it’s designed for planners and I don’t have a planner. I also used Brusho crystals and the watercolor paper that are retiring. There are new watercolor paper and crystals that are coming in the new catalog and I’m excited to try them out.
I was inspired by a color blocking video by Jennifer McGuire but I didn’t like the first combo I tried so I just went with the blue. Here is my first combo.
Jar of Love is another stamp set that has not gotten enough love from me. For this card, I stamped the jar on vellum using Versamark and embossed with clear embossing powder. I put it on some Wood Textures paper and Buffalo Check stamped paper that I had laying on my work table. The background is Hardwood stamped using Crumb Cake on Crumb Cake.
This card is almost entirely leftover pieces on my craft table. The only things I added was to stamp the flowers and color the leaves. The flowers were stamped with full strength Grapefruit Grove for the outlines and stamped off for the filler. The leaves (left over from another card) are sponged with Mossy Meadow.
Today is my anniversary so I thought I would do a wedding-ish card. I think that this is just such a pretty cake. The cake base is stamped in Powder Pink and the detail is stamped with Versamark and embossed with copper embossing powder.
I haven’t had this stamp set long but I’ve at least used it a couple of times. I like the word art that can be colored in and I still need to use the largest sentiment. I used the Tranquil Textures paper because I thought the background look kind of like frosting.
Check out my posts using the Amazing Life stamp set.