SU Summer Silhouettes

What a fun time I had last night with my stamping friends- we all had dinner and class with our friend, Stacey Ailes. She prepared some beautiful cards for us, and I got to use the sweet SU Summer Silhouettes stamp set. I love it!   I like how she showed us to use a white gel pen to accent the smaller flowers. I was inspired to  design a card using this set and decided the ColourQ Challenge # 194 was a great starting point. I did not have any SU Poppy Parade ink but I did have some Poppy Parade Polka Dot DSP so I used it to ground my image. The think the SU firm foam ink pads stamp darker than my old  linen ones and this time was no exception- it looks as if the DSP and the lacey flower are the same color! But, those flowers are indeed Calypso Coral.  I used another new favorite sentiment from the new catalog found in the SU Simply Sketched set- a hostess gift with a qualifying order.

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Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Summer Silhouettes, SU Simply Sketched
INK: SU Calypso Coral, SU Tempting Turquoise, SU Gumball Green
PAPER: SU Tempting Turquoise, SU Whisper White, SU Gumball Green, SU Poppy Parade DSP
ACCESSORIES: SU Pearls, Signo White Gel pen
TOOLS: SU Needle Point TIEF, SU Corner Rounder

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8 comments

  1. This is just lovely, Cindy! I agree, the foam pads (especially the 2013 ones) are quite juicy and stamp differently that the old ones. Just a matter of getting used to, I think. And maybe we won’t have to ink them up as much! Anyway, I love your floral images here along with that big bold sentiment! Great way to highlight the colors! Thanks for playing with the ColourQ challenge this week!

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