We have a great challenge for you over at Retro Rubber – it’s a Tic Tac Toe challenge! The design team came up with some great cards so I hope you will go take a look. Stippled Blossoms is a gorgeous stamp set that came out with the 2012-2013 Annual Catalog and is perfect for making the anniversary card I wanted to make for my son and daughter-in-law, who are celebrating their very first anniversary soon. Their wedding venue was an outdoor “barn” setting and the flowers were very much like the ones in this designer paper. Score!! Finally, the sentiment is from Falling for You, which was released in the 2017 Occasions catalog, and has such a pretty font. Perfect together, don’t you think?
My Secrets to Making This Stippled Blossoms Project
- The floral image from Stippled Blossoms is a two step process. I tried Blushing Bride for the background color first and it wasn’t the color I was going for. Then, I tried Sweet Sugarplum and it wasn’t right either. For my third attempt, I combined those two colors and absolutely love how they turned out together! It’s so easy to combine colors when you are using the Stamparatus.
- My secret for using the Stamparatus with clear mount stamps is using a small piece of window sheet. I place it over the area where I want to stamp, then ink up the stamp and stamp onto the windhow sheet to test if it’s lined up exactly where I want it. If it’s not, I adjust the paper below window sheet to exactly where it will line up with the image on the paper, then remove the window sheet and stamp away! Works beautifully so give it a go!
Quick List of Stampin’ Up! Products
- Stamp Sets: Stippled Blossoms, Falling for You
- Paper: Petal Promenade DSP, Wood Textures DSP Stack, Mossy Meadow, Shimmery White, Window Sheets
- Ink: Blushing Bride, Sweet Sugarplum, Fresh Fig, Old Olive, Mossy Meadow
- SU Tools: Stamparatus, Stitched Labels Framelits, Non-SU: Stitched Circles Dies
- Finishing Touch: Glitter Enamel Dots, Fresh Fig 1/8″ Sheer Ribbon, Glitter & Clear Epoxy Shapes
I would like to submit my card to the following challenges. Please check them out and play along with me:
- The Flower Challenge #21: Use a Previous Challenge (I used #3: “Use an Older Stamp or Die”)
- Allsorts Challenge: Use at least 2 Dies
- Creatalicious Challenge: Anything Goes with Optional Flower
Now, it’s your turn! Please stop by and check out the rest of the Design Team inspiration over at Retro Rubber Challenge Blog then get your much-loved older stamps out and play along! Only one stamp needs to be older than a year. Don’t forget to tell us how long you have had the stamps you used.
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