Welcome to this month’s SOTM blog hop! I know you will get a lot of inspiration from everyone! Today you should have arrived from Ronda’s blog. If not, thats ok, its a circle, and you will get back to her!
I try to find things to do with the stamp sets that are a bit different than what other people might do. Today I have this fun wreath type look for my card.
It turned out so fun!! I colored in the flower centers and buds with bonding memories glue, and then added the gold embossing powder and heat set it. I added color to the flowers and leaves with the shinhan markers.
I used one of the stitched thin cuts for the center and added the gather greeting that I had heat embossed with the gold powder o to some of our vellum, and cut out withthe micro tip scissors.
I couldn’t leave the inside blank, so I added some more of the same image, and did a bit more embossing and coloring.
I think it turned out great! What do you think? Let me know, and then hop on over to Krista’s blog!
Thanks so much for hopping by!!
Oh, and lest I forget, I am linking this up to this week’s challenge over at Heart 2 Heart challenges! It’s a photo and color inspiration challenge! You should hop over there and check it out, too!
White Cards & Envelopes Value Pack
White Daisy Cardstock
Seasonals Mix In Paper Pack
October Stamp of the Month
Archival Black Ink
Carmine Shinhan Touch Twin Marker
Vivid Green Shinhan Touch Twin Marker
Gold Embossing powder
Versamark Embossing Ink
Bonding Memories Glue
Stitched Circles Thin Cuts
3-D Foam Tape
2 x 3 1/2 Acryllic Block
Non Stick Micro tip Scissors
Martha Stewart Scoring Board
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