I made this birthday card for my sister, and I love how it turned out. This large stamp is from Concord & 9th, called Hello, Lovely. I colored it with Altenew's new markers, then added touches of a gold Wink of Stella marker. I didn't want the sentiment to compete with the image, so I embossed it in gold on vellum. Beautiful stamp!
Hello, my friends! I am so happy to be included in a blog hop for a very exciting new stamp company: Erin Lee Creative. Her stamps, stencils and dies are going to knock your socks off! You may have arrived here from the incredible Laura Bassen's blog (I am pinching myself just saying that). Please leave comments on the blogs along the hop, because three winners will be chosen from the comments to receive a free stamp set! (Please comment by December 5, 2018. Winners will be announced on the Erin Lee Creative blog.) After me, please go see what my new friend, Michelle McDaniel, has up her sleeve. Just look at this list of women I'm rubbing shoulders with today:
Hello, friends! So glad you're here, hopping with us. (Go here to see the full blog hop order.) I am excited to show you this brand new stamp from Lil' Inker Designs, which is part of their May Mini Release. Leave comments on any of the blogs in this hop to enter to win one of the new stamp sets, the new cover plate, or the angel pets goodies! Details on the Lil' Inker Designs Blog.
This stamp is called Never Regret Being Kind. (Keep hopping, and you'll see more!)
One of the things I love most about this hobby is that it is inherently kind. So what could be better than a stamp that encourages even more kindness? Such a great sentiment!
This stamp is easy to use as the focal point of a card...so easy, in fact, that I made 4 right out of the gate! Each one uses a different technique--this stamp is so versatile.
For my first, I heat embossed the sentiment in white on steel grey cardstock. I then colored over the embossing with my Copics for a multicolored effect…