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Jun 11, 2007

Still Stamping!





I am on a mission to use my newest toys and made 4 more cards yesterday! YAY


Here are some more made with Kristin's stamps produced by Starving Artistamps! I am LOVING the solid flower and sea grass. Stamps available here: http://starvingartistamps.com/artful_inkables_blossoms_and_petals_1.html



To make the first card I stamped the flower with sentiment in Black Stazon and then colored in with reinker using a blender pen. On the tip of each petal, I dotted with a glue pen and dusted it with a pomegranite colored glitter! The scalloped edge was made with my corner rounder.
On the 2nd card I first made my own pomegranite marker. To do that just squirt a drop or two of re-inker on a non-porous surface and soak up the ink on a blender pen. Be prepared the dedicate that blender pen as a marker for that color though. :) It does not "clean" well after soaking up re-inker. I inked up the stamp using my markers and stamped. Then I went over the base of the flower with quickie glue pen and dusted with some brown glitter. The line at the top of the card is faux stitching, but I "stitched" with a quickie glue pen and then glittered with my brown glitter. It love the way that turned out.
The 3rd card was made again using my markers to ink up the stamp. Then, I misted with a water bottle and stamped to create the watercolory effect. I used my color spritzer to spray some specks on the card stock and matted and embellished the card. The photo corners were created using a punch. I tried Amy's tutorial, but I apparently am photo corner impaired so I was glad to find this punch while visiting a friend in VA! I used a ruler and white gel pen to mark the line in it just for fun. I finished it off with some jumbo cross stitches and come Basic Grey Blush paper.
The last card was again created using markers to ink up the stamp. I huffed on the stamp after inking and then filled in some of the stalks using a blender pen and some Mellow Moss ink. I spritzer the card stock using the color spritzer from Stampin' Up. I finished it off with a tab from a Stampin' Up punch and some fun velvet ribbon from a past share. I also did lots of paper piercing.
Hope you have a great day!

11 comments:

  1. Wow - so many cards to admire. Those new colors are great & looks like you got some neat stamps as well.

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  2. These are all gorgeous, Jody! I need to finish my swaps so I can play with my Artful Inkables some more! ;)

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  3. Wow, you go, girl . . . love them!

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  4. mnhyrkas at SCS6/12/2007 9:53 AM

    stunning cards! Strong design. I'm corner challenged too- who makes your punch? I'll have to see if I can find one online or in the store if I know the manufacturer. thanks!

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  5. Jody these are absolutely awe inspiring. I love what you did with Kristin's stamps.

    All your little touches are fab!

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  6. Beautiful cards! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. The punch is made by EK Success and has the words "paper shapers" on the inside of the punch. The package was a little "vintage like" and I *think* it said nostalgic or something like that on the package. HTH

    Jody

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  8. The punch is made by EK Success and has the words "paper shapers" on the inside of the punch. The package was a little "vintage like" and I *think* it said nostalgic or something like that on the package. HTH

    Jody

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  9. These are fabulous, but I especially LOVE the sea grass!!! Gorgeous!!

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