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Thursday, September 23, 2010

One Stamp - Two Looks

Today I am happy to welcome guest stamper Lisa Flanagan. Lisa and I had lots of fun playing with the Greeting Card Kids stamp set. It is amazing how many different looks you can achieve with one stamp. Just change the paper, color scheme, and accessories and presto, a completely different card.

My Card
 I went with an Old Olive and Rich Razzleberry color scheme. I used Old Olive designer paper from the brights paper pack and accented with Rich Razzleberry accessories. I also chose to use Stampin' Write Markers and a blender pen for a water color effect.


Materials:
  • Stamp Set:  Greeting Card Kids (120633 clear or 119887 wood)
  • Ink:  Basic Black Classic Ink Pad (101179)
  • Card Stock: Rich Razzleberry (115316), Old Olive (100702)
  • Accessories:  Rich Razzleberry Polka Dot Ribbon (retired), Rich Razzleberry Button - Brights Asst.  (119747)
  • Stampin' Write Markes:  Rich Razzleberry (120970), Old Olive (100079), Chocolate Chip (100071)
  
Lisa's Card
Lisa went with Very Vanilla and Real Red for her color scheme, using a sheet of retired Merry Moments designer paper. She also used Stampin' Pastels to color in the image. Stampin' Pastels can be used with a dry applicator for a subtle effect like the one Lisa achieved or for more vibrant color they can be used with a Blender Pen.

Materials:
  • Stamp Set: Greeting Card Kids (120633 clear or 119887 wood), Teeny Tiny Wishes (115370)
  • Ink: Basic Black Classic Ink Pad (101179)
  • Card Stock: Real Red (102482), Very Vanilla (101650)
  • Punches:  Word Window (119857), Modern Label (119849)
  • Accessories:  Stampin' Pastels (120962)





3 comments:

  1. I love your razzleberry and olive combo. I wouldn't have thought of it but it makes a really cute card. Great job!

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  2. You totally rocked the stamp, it looks fabulous on both cards, beautifully composed both of them! We'd love it if you considered entering some of your pretty projects in our challenges at Papercraft Star and there is still time to get in on our $25.00 gift certificate too! http://papercraftstar.blogspot.com/2010/09/lets-celebrate-early-enter-our-2500.html

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