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I have four projects for you today that have a Valentines theme.
****I used the same stamp on three of the cards and varied the ink and CS colors.
****For the fourth card, I used a wide border stamp to make a background.
Here we go with the fist set of projects: Lily Love Three Ways
Stamp: Lily of the Valley Background from Carmen's Veranda
Ink: Ginger Adirondack and Black Soot Distress ink
CS: Gray and Rust
Sheer Brown Ribbon
- The stamp was partially inked with the Ginger pad and then I filled in the other areas with the black pad. And, then stamped on gray CS.
- I added a spritz of Glimmer Mist too.
Ink: Oregano Adirondack and Barn Door Distress Marker
CS: Red, green, and white
- Stamped with Oregano ink on green CS.
- Ink the square heart section on the stamp with the Distress maker and stamp on white CS; cut out.
- Added some sparkle with a Wink of Stella marker
CS: Pink and light teal
- Partially ink the stamp with the Ginger ink pad and come back with the Stream pad to completely cover the stamp; stamp on pale pink CS
- Color the leaves with a green Copic marker
- Cut a small slit in bottom of card and insert ribbon. Tie ribbon in bow.
Fourth Project: Love Borders
Stamps: Grunge Border 2" and License Plate Alphabet both from Lost Coast Designs
Ink: Lake Mist Adirondack; Gray Flannel Memento
CS: Taupe, pink, grayish green
Gray satin ribbon
- Make a card from pink CS and sponge Lake Mist ink on edges
- With Lake Mist ink, stamp the Grunge Border 2" twice on gray/green CS and once on pink; cut to size---I made sure I included the heart on the pink piece.
- Add a layer of taupe CS to the border pieces
- Stamp the letters on the pink and gray/green CS with Gray Flannel ink; cut out and add to card
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