Good morning, and Happy Saturday!
Today, I'm sharing a card I made using Great Impressions stamps.
I think you'll like this one - I think it turned out quite nicely.
To create this card, I used the following Great Impressions stamps:
To create this card, the image was colored with Copic markers.
I then cut from the bottom and from the top with a paper trimmer, in to the image, and fussy cut the bottom of the pots and the tops of the flowers and butterfly, leaving a 'split' panel.
Next, this panel was matted with a piece of patterned paper, and then adhered to the card front.
The sentiment was stamped directly onto the patterned paper, and fussy cut.
A few tiny 'blings' were added for fun.
The border at the top was one that Deone, the owner, included in my last stamp order.
The border both balanced the black bling at the bottom, AND hid a boo boo at the top.
Lol...creative opportunity, right?
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Thanks for stopping by today!
Don't forget about the GI challenge!
The theme for May is 'Celebrate Spring'.
You don't have to use GI stamps, but we'd love it if you did!
Be sure to stop by the Great Impressions store (HERE) and treat yourself to a few new stamps!
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Have a great weekend,
P.S. Used my Perfect Papercrafting Perfect Layers Rulers and Cutting Mat to get my pretty narrow pink mat - check out my sidebar to see how you can save money on your PPC orders!