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Artful INKables Blog Hop

By the time you read this, I will have already seen Eclipse!!! I can’t believe it’s out! I’ll be sure to give you the play by play of my Triple Feature experience after I recover from the throngs of teenagers!

So I am in TWO Blog Hops today! This post is obviously for Artful INKables, and the second is for Bombshell Stamps. Please take a look at both of my posts for today! Thanks! ;}

So let’s talk Twilight. I made a card using 3 of my fabulous AI stamps. I really, really love these stamps! And I hope it shows in my card!

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I started off with the harlequin stamp on some spotted yellow paper, and I cut that out. I wanted to use my swirl stamp, so I stamped it a few times, end to end, and cropped it real tight. You actually don’t see the full swirl because I trimmed so much of it off. But I like how it takes up the whole strip on either side. And I stamped my sentiment and laid it on top. After I had all of my pieces, I distressed the hell out of it!

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Lots of colors, lots of layers, lots of inky fingers! Just the way I like it!!! But, the card needed something else, so I broke out my Distress Stickles and free handed some swirls of my own.

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Please click on any of the pictures to see them bigger. I think it turned out really pretty and elegant. I love how aged it looks.

Want to see more? Then hop along! I send you off to Sammi Betbeder’s blog. Have an inspiring day!!!

Comments

Sammi said…
It is really pretty and elegant! LOVE it!
Sammi
xxx
Kim said…
Beautiful vintage looking card, I love the way you combined the stamps!
Totally awesome, super cool!
Cheryl Valadez said…
Beautiful card! Love those freehand glittery swirls ;D
Laura B said…
This is a really pretty card! Wasn't the movie awesome?:)

hugs,
Laura
Erica said…
The colors are perfect. I like the sand colored background. The freehand stickles flourish is wonderful!
Anonymous said…
Great card!! I love the swirl on your card!!
Jennifer said…
Beautiful card. I love all the layers. (I think this is the best movie yet, right?!)
Barb said…
Beautiful colors, and the swirl is wonderful!

btw... sorry I haven't commented much... I'm still playing catch up from being out of town :)
Great! Love that you used the harlequin stamp in red....I always go to black for that one.
Teribelle8 said…
Gorgeous card...very elegant!
Alyssa S said…
Beautiful card! Love all the swirls and sparkle!!
Chelsea said…
Very cool and elegant.

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