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Cutesy is as cutesy does...... Today's cards are very cutesy. I started stamping this Doll Border stamp from Lost Coast Designs and thought it was so cute I just kept stamping and stamping....like I usually do. LOL I thought it had a really 1930's vibe. So, I paired it with decorative papers that looked 30ish to me. I made a bunch of these cards (multiples of each design). I will share two of them with you today and the other two later.
Ink:Jet Black Archival
CS: Blush Blossom (Stampin' Up)
Decorative Paper: Lovely and Grace, Cherish Pads from Authentique
- Stamp the border stamp on Blush Blossom CS with Black ink. This stamp is 8" inches long and 2 inches high. Cut the stamping to the desired size
- Cover the card with decorative papers
- Add the Dolls-On card one, I cut narrow slivers of brown DP for a border to the Doll strip
- On card two- cut the stamping into a square and layer with two papers.
- Add bows and sentiment
*******A few fun Challenges for my Doll Border Cards:
Crafty Hazelnuts Pattern Paper: use DP and anything goes
Crafty Hands: shabby chic
Stampin for the Weekend: spring colors
Totally Papercrafts: pastels
4 Krafty Girlz: anything goes
This is such a fun stamp! I really had fun with this one! Check back for the other two Doll Border cards! I hope you have a great weekend. Tomorrow, I am going to an all day card making event!! Doesn't that sound awful?? NOT!! Should be lots of fun. See you soon. Love ya