First Time to Use

I have had this stamp set for quite some time but this is the first to ink it up. After stamping with light green ink on white text vellum I used ink pads smooched on glass mat and a damp paint brush to water color then re-stamped with black ink. After fussy cutting I added clear ink and heat embossed chunky clear powder for that just rained on look. Sentiment tag was stamped then fussy cut and attached to bouquet stems. BG pieces are white cs with argyle stencil for the top piece and white water proof sticker paper used to mop up the ink colors on the glass mat for the lower portion. Love how the water proof properties of this product created such movement with the inks and especially that it was a scrap that was just laying around and I only wanted to mop up the mess. The white Silhouette cut detail strip was layered behind the flowers and they whole thing has a pink mat layer that is on white cs base.

Thanks for sharing your time with me, now I am sharing this with:

Color Hues: Hot Pink & Cyan

Use Your Stuff: Inspired by Water

Cupcake Inspirations: Special Lady

16 thoughts on “First Time to Use”

  1. Gorgeous argyle background for the beautiful flowers and WOW take a look at those leaves. So many details that all work well together.

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  2. Absolutely BEAUTIFUL and “artsy” card Bonnie! I love all the clear shine on those gorgeous flowers, and your background is FABULOUS! Amazing what scraps can turn in to!! Thank you so much for sharing this beauty with us at The Color Hues Challenge! Marcia (DT)

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  3. Your stenciled background is so cute. The colors you chose are perfect on this card!! Thanks for joining us this week at Cupcake Inspirations Challenges.
    CIC DT Member

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  4. Your card is artsy awesome! Love the way you’ve used the colours with your flowers – which are so lovely – and the background – which is such a pretty stage for the flowers. Thank you for joining us at Colour Hues.

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