I am loving the SU Fable Friends stamp set. Isn’t it just adorable?
I used to steer away from images that needed coloring but not anymore since I have my Stampin’ Blends in so many different colors!
I just love how easy they are to color without streaks. You can also lighten areas with the Color Lifter or darken areas by coloring over the image again.
When you cut a 6″ x 6″ piece of DSP, you have little strips left that are perfect for an inside that compliments the outside of your card:)
So don’t pitch those scraps! I have a feeling if you are like me…you don’t!
Here is another cutie made with the SU Sweet Baby Bundle-
this time I use the neat die in the set to swaddle the bundle of joy!
My last Sweet Baby post was for my middle boy and only girl- who were both blondies.
But this one is for my oldest who will be 31 in a week or so:)
This will be his first birthday not celebrating with his twin birthday buddy- Grandma Rose who would have been 81:(
Yes, I missed her Big 50 surprise birthday party because I was in the hospital!!!
The die that swaddles the little baby is so cool…
as I am posting this…I see flowers coming out of that swaddle…hmmm…feeling inspired!
I used the SU Sweet Baby Bundle to create this adorable card in a
Bermuda Bay color scheme with a touch of So Saffron:)
Adding a white border in between the polka dot DSP and the card base adds
a pop to the card with the other white elements. The Tufted Embossing Folder also adds
great texture behind the focal image of the baby. Since this little one was a blondie, I added some So Saffron
scalloped squares between the Whisper White and Bermuda Bay Layering Squares.
P.S. Wednesday Video is on its way…check back again…
I just love black and white as a design element and adding in a pop of any color just makes me happy! Adding in red is even better!
I was playing around with my SU Floral Frames Bundle and came up with this:
Simply stamp the foliage image and run it through the Big Shot with the NEW Tufted Embossing Folder. Stamp some posies with the returning color Poppy Parade ink and pop them up with some stamping dimensionals. Oh, and I used the Layering Circles to accent the sentiment.
The leaves could have been colored in any of our great greens but I chose to keep in simple with just the three colors. I love the Poppy Parade color- such a lovely bright red so different from Real Red which is one of my faves. Red is an important color to have on hand and having two beautiful Stampin’ Up reds is super!
I just used a marker to dot in the middle of the flowers to mimic the front.
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