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What’s Your Type Meets Work of Art Card!

Taking stock in the  stamp sets you have and using them together is a stamping smart idea.  In today’s card,  that is exactly what has happened . What’s Your Type Meets Work of Art! is a perfect example of how to marry two sets without too much worry that their pairing will not work. Using primary colors makes this card crisp and clean for any occasion. What's Your Type Meets Work of ArtAdding some glimmer paper gives the card the pick me up it needs to stand out .

Supplies used for this card include the following:

INKS:   Night of Navy, Real RedWIld Wasabi, Hello Honey, Daffodil Delight

PAPERS: Hello Honey Very Vanilla, Gold Glimmer Paper Red Glimmer Paper

ACCESSORIES: Hello Honey,  Satin Ribbon, Itty Bitty Accents Punch, Owl Punch, Champagne Glimmer Paper

CARD HOW TO: One third up your Very Vanilla card layer of 51/2″ x 4″, stamp your boat bottom using the solid half -circle from the What’s your Type Photo- polymer Stamp Set.

Taking the wavy stamp from Work of Art, stamp over the bottom of the boat one then move down and without re-inking stamp off a second  time to create the waves.

Leaving a little space from the flat side of the half – cirlce stamp the sail with the solid triangle, WIth a ruler and black pen, offset the mast and add a glimmer paper punched star and heart  to the mast and boat.

Punch a tiny flag with the Banner Punch and add another Glimmer Heart punched with the Owl Punch.

Using the colors of Night of Navy, Real Red, WIld Wasabi, Hello Honey, Daffodil Delight, use the Work of Art stamp to create your rainbow.

Add the sentiment of choice and a ribbon tied in a knot of Hello Honey,  embellishewith the star from the  Itty Bitty Accents Punch out of Champagne Glimmer Paper and your work of Art is complete

FInish up by adhering Very Vanilla layer on to a Real Red base card. Make an impression one stamp at a time! Thanks for stopping by! sig

 

 

What’s Your Type, Another Try!

Ok so I need to use my Thing-a -ma- Jig in order to get the text of this card perfectly straight. Instead, I definitely have a homemade effect with the downwards curve of my letters.  All in all, a “thx” is a  “thanks”, no matter what!

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Here is another attempt at using the new What’s Your Type stamp set. While it  does have a learning curve, it was not that difficult to stamp.

Hint: Try using Post- It notes to help mask off the two vertical lines in “HI” when connecting them with the horizontal thin lines to get that perfect “H”! To achieve this be sure not to have the post it strip wider than the first verticle line or the horizontal line will not gconnect the two straight lines ( H)  Also to achieve the background on this card I used the Gorgeous Grunge in one color going horizontally and another color in the palette vertically, to achieve a plaid effect.

Papers:  Whisper White, Daffodil Delight, Bermuda Bay, Moonlight

Inks: Tangerine Twist, Momento Black, Hello Honey , Tempting Turquoise

Stamps Sets: What’s Your Type, Gorgeous Grunge

Embellishments : 1/4″ Cotton RIbbon, Hello Honey Stripped Grosgrain Ribbon

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Make an impression one stamp at a time!

Thanks for stopping by!

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