Hello Sunshine!

August 10, 2016 0 Comments

 

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Hello!  Today I would like to share with you this very summer-y greeting I created with Dare 2B Artzy Stamps!

I started by using the Sunset Yellow Artzy Doodles Paper to create my card base.  I then stamped the fruit slice from the new Flip Flops Stamp set using coordinating Dare 2B Artzy inks!  I stamped my Drink image and greeting using Dare 2B Artzy’s Totally Black ink. I brought my stamp to life using my Spectrum Noir Markers (BT1, BT2, CT1, GB5). I punched out my image and matted the image on another punched piece of Artzy Doodle Bright Pumpkin paper. After adhering the refreshing drink to my card I felt the card needed something more!…………… So what’s a crafter to do?   I raided our straws and trimmed a straw to fit the card and topped it with a coordinating bow!!!!  I then hand cut the greeting into a banner and added to the card with dimensional tape!   Hope you are inspired to try out these new stamp sets!!!!

Chris 





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