Inspiration: Just continuing my quest to use the DSP that I have on hand!
- Place your Stampin' Pierce Mat or a piece of fun foam under your card stock before stamping photopolymer stamps that are large solid images like these. Since the stamps are hard and not "squishy" (that's a technical term LOL) like rubber, the foam will add some "give" so you'll get better ink coverage.
- If you're using Stampin' Up! ink pads, tap your stamp lightly on the pad to get the best ink coverage.
- Look at the stamp to make sure you have good coverage before stamping.
- When you stamp, let the stamp rest on the paper. You can actually see the ink spreading and can press little more in spots that look like they haven't transferred.
- Use a black Sharpie to color the rhinestones for the flower centers.
- The flowers and the white panel were adhered with dimensionals.
Crazy About You
Tin of Cards
Heavy Whisper White Card Stock
4-1/4x11 Card Base
3-1/2x5 Front Panel (before cutting w/framelit)
Whisper White Card Stock
(2) 2-1/2x2-1/2 for Round Flowers
3x3 Large Flower
Brights DSP Stack (Retired Patterns)
Real Red Stamp Pad
Basic Black Archival Stamp Pad
1-3/4" Scallop Circle Punc
Flower Medallion Punch
Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangles Framelits
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