Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Miss you!

Hello! I have a few stamp sets with large sentiments and I love the look of them but I don't think to use them that often. When I was going through my stamps I saw this one from Concord and 9th and decided to make a card around this sentiment. The handwriting of this stamp is gorgeous!


To start I stamped the sentiment in the middle of my cardstock. I had to use my misti and stamp a few times to get it solid. When I stamped the flowers, I stamped it in colors first and then used versamark and clear embossing powder just on the inside colors of the large flowers. I used Nuvo drops to add a few enamel dots and some interest to the smaller flowers. I layered the panel on a piece of coral cardstock and added it to a side folding card.

Supplies:
Stamps: Concord & 9th - Fill in Phrases
Inks: Lawn fawn - sunflower, carrot; HA - pale tomato; SSS - watermelon 

I am sharing this card in:
IT'S HERE! 



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8 comments:

  1. Fabulous card! I love your color choices and that giant loopy sentiment!!!

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  2. Nice bold sentiment, Cheryl, and beautiful Fall colored florals.

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  3. That is an awesome big and bold sediment, Cheryl, and I think you showcased it perfectly on your pretty card! Thank you for the great tip on only clear-embossing the centers of the flowers! And thank you so much for playing in my NBUS Challenge #12!! Hugs, Darnell

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  4. Such a fabulous card! I agree, the handwriting is gorgeous and you've framed it so beautifully with the flowers. Love it! Thanks so much for joining us for our Ink Only Challenge at Where Creativity Meets C9!

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  5. Fabulous and love the sentiment. hugs.xx [aNNie]

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  6. This is lovely, Cheryl! NBUS #186 Dotty Jo xxx

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  7. Oh wow, I love that bold sentiment capped off with the two happy, bright flowers! Thanks for joining in on the Where Creativity Meets C9 Challenge!

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