I think this stamp set is becoming my newest favourite set, pushing the balloons off top spot! LOL!
I said yesterday, this is so easy to line up the second stamp in the
two-step stamping process.
On both occasions I've used this stamp set, I've stamped the outline stamp
Next time, I'll try and remember to do the main body stamp first
- I don't remember trying it on Wednesday!
make this card I started with a base of Sweet Sugarplum Cardstock (CS),
then a layer of Tip Top Taupe CS, which I adhered together using
Note: rather than keep repeating myself and saying I used
Tombow, please note, I used Tombow for all the adhering on this card!
took a 3 1/8" square piece of Tip Top Taupe CS and dry embossed it
using the Petal Burst Embossing Folder.
Hubby said they look like
pebbles, which I thought was very appropriate for succulents!
I have to agree with him, too, they now look like pebals to me!
this onto a piece of Sweet Sugarplum CS.
I used Soft Suede to stamp the
sentiment, which is from the Butterfly Basics Stamp Set, onto another
piece of Tip Top Taupe CS.
some scrap pieces of Sweet Sugarplum CS I stamped the outline stamps of
two large and two small flowers.
Then I stamped the solid stamps on
both, but stamped off once first.
Then I took some scraps of Old Olive
CS and, using Old Olive Ink, repeated the process and stamped three of
the twiggy-looking stems, stamping off once for the solid stamp.
I adhered this to a piece of Sweet Sugarplum
I adhered the "pebbles" and the sentiment to the card.
die cut all the pieces and played around with placement until I was
happy that the centre was best.
I adhered the small flower on top of the
large flower which was adhered to the pebbles.
Carrying on with Tombow,
I adhered the three stem images and slid them in place under the
Inside the card I added a layer of Tip Top Taupe CS and adhered the two flowers side by side.
That's about it for today. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.