Card Making

Just Saying Hello

Hello, welcome back! I have a new card to share with you today! I had a friend ask me for a card, she wanted to give it to a close friend of hers and so I finally broke out the Vintage Roses stamp set from Altenew.

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First let me say…. the MISTI and Vintage Roses are a match made in heaven! It would have taken me forever to stamp the roses and leaves had it not been for the MISTI. I also used it to stamp a sentiment from Altenew’s Super Scripts stamp set.

Just Saying Hello 2

I used all Papertrey Ink ink pads and paper. The sentiment was stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black and heat embossed with Judikins Iridescent Sparkle Embossing Powder.

You can see below the inks in the order I used them to stamp the roses and leaves.

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I decided to submit this card into the Simon Says Use Your Favorite Technique and/or Product challenge. Heat embossing is my favorite technique, especially when it’s clear or iridescent, I just love the effect it has. Also, I love any stamp set that has layers to it. I’m blown away by these types of stamps because the images are so awesome and look hand painted compared to a one layer stamp.
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I hope you guys enjoyed, see you next time!

Supplies used:

Items not listed:
Cartwright Moonshine 6mm Slightly Cupped Sequins

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3 thoughts on “Just Saying Hello

  1. hello Diana! I luv this card, those flowers are stunning against the blue background….FAB! I am so glad you joined us for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

    started following you on IG

    sparkle & shine *~*

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