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One of My Favorites.

November 19, 2010

Recently, Hero Arts asked on its blog what our favorite stamps sets of the year were. Without hesitation, I found myself typing “Delicate Blossoms.” I guess I didn’t realize that I loved it so much until that point. It’s gorgeous… so I decided I needed to give it some more love. Here’s the stamp set:

 And here’s what I created with it:

I simply cut a 1.75″ by 5.5″ piece of kraft cardstock, stamped the thinner image on it, and colored it in with Copics. Add a little distressing with Vintage Photo ink, and you’re all set with the main image. Super simple!

Supplies: Cardstock- Papertrey Ink (Kraft and Fine Linen), Stamps- Hero Arts (CL449 Delicate Blossoms) and Lawn Fawn (Sophie’s Sentiments), Markers- Copics (YG17, R35, YR18), Ink- Ranger (Vintage Photo Disress Ink) and Tsukineko (Memento Black), Gems- Making Memories (Paper Reverie Collection in Sienne, Gems & Brads), Twine- Papertrey Ink, Corner Rounder- WRMK.
I’d like to thank you all for such sweet comments yesterday. You all rock! I can’t wait to share my December Daily adventure with you. :) I’m off to go spend “t.v. Thursday” with the roomies (our favorite lineup of shows- Community, 30 Rock, The Office, Always Sunny, The League, and Conan- are all on) and get some crafting done. I also need to start packing for home. Trying to fit enough stuff to scrapbook with in a carry-on is going to be a challenge for sure. Haha.
Love.
Brit
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4 Comments leave one →
  1. November 19, 2010 2:02 am

    Gorgeous card, Brit! Love your coloring! So happy for you that you’re going home for a visit! I know how excited you are! Hugs sweet girl! :)

  2. November 19, 2010 3:00 am

    Beautiful card! It´s simple but so unique with those colors. Enjoy your trip ;o)

  3. November 19, 2010 5:19 am

    Ah, this is so lovely. Thanks for sharing your coloring tips earlier. You rock. I sure didn’t have time for crafts when I was in college – you must be a very smart student! Enjoy your visit home for the holiday. Thanks for the trimmer info.

  4. November 22, 2010 3:52 am

    This is beautiful! So simple and yet so lovely.

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