Sunday, March 1, 2009




This is the card I started working on yesterday. I want to do another one with the same pattern and change it just a little, but I'm pretty happy with this one. Technique is Splitcoast Stampers Scallop Edge Medallion. The card is made with all Stampin Up products. Cardstock is Almost Amethyst and Whisper White. Stamps are all from the Eastern Blooms set. Ink pads are Classic Stampin' Pads Pumpkin Pie and Rose Red and Stampin' Write Markers are Always Artichoke, Almost Amethyst, Pumpkin Pie, and Rose Red. Medallion is made using Stampin Up Scallop Edge Punch. The edges of the medallion are sponged using a cosmetic sponge and Classic Stampin' Pad Pumpkin Pie.


I found that using the markers direct to rubber worked great for the middle flower on the three flower stamp, and to color the small blossoms and branch on the longer top stamp that is mostly covered with the medallion. Using markers direct to rubber gives you all kinds of new options I find. ;-)

Time to call it a night. Did anyone else notice that March really came in like a lion this year? It's cold here in Ohio again and it snowed off and on today. Hope we aren't going to get much accumulation.

2 comments:

  1. I liked the springtime look.

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  2. Lovely card Rose like how you did your frame.

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