Happy Summer

August 15, 2016 0 Comments

Welcome Dare 2B Artzy fans!!

Kendra here from Luv 2 Scrap N Make Cards to share a fun card with you!!

Today I am featuring the awesome new Flip Flops stamp set!


 Many times when stamping I think the the images need to be stamped in black in and then colored in!

But occasionally remind myself that it’s not true!!!

When I first got the Flip Flops stamp set I was ready to stamp the flip flop image in black and start coloring, as seen below:


But as I was ready to color, I started thinking these flip flops would be so fun stamped in color!

So I did exactly that:


D2BA has some super fun ink colors!!

I used Paradise, Wild Orchid, Bright Pumpkin, Margarita Lime and Sunset Yellow!!

Here is my finished card:


I used a piece of Wild Orchid paper behind my sentiment layer and fun stamped flip flop layer!

How fun and bright!!

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Be sure to check back for more amazing inspiration!

Have a beautiful day! 


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