Using the class colors and the technique for stamping on a strip, I used some stamps from My Craft Spot to make this birthday card.
At Less is More, the challenge is "one layer card, not a square or rectangle". I don't usually enter one layer challenges because I don't have a lot of image stamps. (Those who follow me regularly know that but I have to tell any newcomers. wink) I had so much fun making the floral card on my last post, that I had to do another one. Okay, now I know what you all are talking about. Stamping
I cut the triangle card from my Wild Card cartridge and stamped it with a variety of flowers using Hero Arts ink. The sentiment is from PTI's Healing Touch.
Off to watch today's video for class and then to my craft room. I hope you have a chance to create today.
Beautiful card-i love the triangle shape and your stamping is very pretty.I agree with you-stamping is very addictive(i have changed direction with my cardmaking and i am loving doing more stamping)ReplyDelete
Best wishes,Nessa xx
Great cards! So colorful and fun! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!ReplyDelete
These are both fabulous. I really love your triangle card. Never seen one like that. I did not know you weren't a stamper. It is addicting--so welcome to the club.ReplyDelete
Great cards, Bobby! BTW, congratulations on winning a GC from PTI in the July Release Contest!! Squee!!ReplyDelete
Yippee, yahoo and all those rowdy yells!! I can't believe it. Thanks for the heads up. I checked the daily gifts but had not seen the final one. Now for the shopping. *_*Delete
What pretty stamping Bobby, the flowers on your triangle card are terrific!!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much
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Both of your cards are fabulous! Love the strip stamping on all that white space! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!ReplyDelete
Great cards! I really, really like the CAS look of the top one, the stamps you chose for the stamping were perfect, great colors, too!!ReplyDelete
Wowzers! Two very different cards, and both are wonderful. Love the bright, happy feel of the first one, and the sweet subtlety of the triangle one. Wonderful!! BevReplyDelete
That sounds like my kind of homework!! Great cards! I love the sentiment strips you used on the first and that triangular card looks amazing! I love the pretty background you created!ReplyDelete
Sorry for my late visit.ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us this week x
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