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Hi Friend! by Jamie Cripps

Hi everyone!  Jamie here with my first ever WOW DT blog post!  Today I am sharing with you a card that I created mostly using the Flowers background stamp!  I inked my Flowers background stamp with my VersaMark stamp pad and stamped a large area on a light blue cardstock.  I covered the area in the Suzy West Berrylicious WOW Embossing Powder and heat set it.  Once it was dry, I punched three scalloped circles and trimmed out the mat shown on the card below!  With the mat, I reinked my stamp and stamped over the image again, offsetting the stamp a little to have a shadow effect, and then I covered the ink with the Clear Gloss Ultra High WOW Embossing Powder.  This powder gives it a wet, shiny look and really brings out the texture of my cardstock!  I then spiral cut the scalloped circles and rolled them to form flowers.  I just adore the way the flowers look with the flower pattern on them!

WOW Supplies:
Suzy West Berrylicious Regular Embossing Powder
Clear Gloss Ultra High Embossing Powder
Flowers Background Stamp
Call Me Stamp Set 

Other Supplies:
Cardstock: Bazzill 
Pattern Paper: Cuddle & Coo (Momenta)
Border Punch: EK Success
Scallop Circle Punch: Fiskars
Ink: VersaMark
Jewels: Creative Charms
Pen: Dual-Tip (Creative Memories)
Misc: Ribbon and Foam Squares


Be sure to stay tuned for CHA updates and if you are at CHA, be sure to stop by the WOW booth (#2700) and say "Hi!" to Suzy and the girls and check out the amazing powders and projects while you are there! ♥

Comments

  1. I love this! Background stamps can be so much fun and I love the colors of powder you chose.

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  2. I love this! I especially love the little blooms that you made! Really cute!!!

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  3. Jamie, this card's colours are so on trend and they are INSPIRED. You rocked this!

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  4. OH WOW! Jamie--this is an amazing card! LOVE the flowers and choice of colors!

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