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Monday, July 11, 2011

BSS MONDAY IDEA - JUST CAN'T RESIST

Today is Monday, so it's my post for my local stamp store, Buffalo Stamps and Stuff.



Today's idea is right from the Hero Arts site

The idea is to stamp the word stamp first, then stamp the poppy stamp with embossing ink and emboss with clear embossing powder.  Then color the flowers with distress inks and the sponge ink tool.
You can get complete instructions by clicking on the above link.


What I used on this card:

Stamps - All Hero Arts - Friend Definition, Poppies, sentiment
Papers - Birds-My Mind's Eye, Fine and Dandy; aqua textured cardstock;
Brown is other side of bird paper
Bird border, Martha Stewart
Pearls
Ink - Tattered Rose and Barn Red Distress Ink

Hope you have a chance to try this technique.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a great Monday. Until later..............


10 comments:

Glenda Atkins said...

What a great technique and your version is just fabulous -wow!

KarinsArtScrap said...

your card looks fabulous sue, like your poppies.
great stamping.

greetings karin

Sue from Oregon said...

Beautimeeeeso!

Mrs.B said...

Great card Sue, thanks for the link on the technique. Well done on the Delicious Doodles top 3 award.
Avril x

Sue said...

Hi hun
a beautiful card, luv the poppies, beautiful design, sue,x

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

This is adorable Sue. I love this technique. It makes for a shining exhibition. Lovely work!

Bear Hugs,
Carol :O}

Curt in Carmel said...

What a great technique and you used it beautifully! I love the colors you used and the great window for the sentiment with the birds is perfect. Great stuff! Thanks for providing the link. Best, Curt

Kristie Maynard said...

Beautiful card, of course, I'm especially partial to poppies. Very pretty. I'm off to check out that technique.

Karen Reynolds said...

Love the new HA flowers. Your card is lovely.
Must tell you how much I enjoy the pictures of Niagara Falls. I never tire of looking at them.
Karen

Linda said...

Beautiful. I have to try out this technique.