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Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Stamp Set Showcase Week 16 (2) Bright & Beautiful

Todays card is one of my favourites using

 Stamp Set
The Sheer Cotton Cherry Cobbler Ribon is also one of my favourites from this years Seasonal Cattalogue

I also love the simplicity of this card, yet it is SO stylish. It has been a favourite in my Cardcraft Classes this year

Begin by making your 6" Square card Blank by trimming a piece of Whisper White cardstock to 15cms x 30cms. Score the long side at 15cms, fold along the score line and burnish the fold with your bone folder.

Next trim a piece of Whisper White cardstock to 14cms x 14cms

Take the large star stamp int he Bright & Beautiful stamp set and ink up with Crumb Cake ink and stamp the image centrally on the cardstock. Then randomly stamp a few of the smallest stars in the stamp set, also in Crumb Cake ink.

Now ink up the Brght & Beautiful Sentiment stamp with Cherry Cobbler ink and over stamp that the large star you stamped earlier (see the photo's)

To finish, sinply wrap around some Cherry Cobbler Sheer Cotton Ribbon at the top of the cardstock, and tie a pretty and fairly large ribbon

Mat (layer) this onto a piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock, measuring 14.5cms x 14.5cms using a small amount of Tombow Multipurpose Glue
Apply Stampin Dimensionals to the reverse of the Cherry Cobbler panel and mount the tipper onto the card blank

Ta Dah! Job Done!

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Happy Stamping
Kim xxx

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