This card features an image from the Leaf Lines stamp set. People will frequently ask us how images are stamped in multiple colors. The answer is simple - you use Stampin' Up!'s beautifully coordinated Stampin' Write markers and color directly on to the stamp. It's recommended to start with lighter colors first and color it the way you like. Once you apply the ink, go ahead and stamp! The More Mustard "flap" is attached on the back side of the card, folded around to the front, and secured with a punched word window, and stamped with the Happy Thanksgiving greeting from the Teeny Tiny Wishes set.
Stampin Up Independent Demonstrator siblings Scot Strehlow and Kira Loy from Las Vegas share creative ideas for stamping, card making, scrapbooking, and paper crafting
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Early Thanksgiving Wishes
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