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Laurel Burch Hop

Hello! Have you heard? Stampendous now has Laurel Burch stamps! Laurel Burch was a very popular artist back in the 80's, who has sadly passed away, but we are thrilled to help keep her artwork alive.

I used the large flower from the Blossoming Woman stamp set. There is a die set too, but I don't own it, so I just fussy cut the image out after I colored it. I used Zig Clean Color Markers for this image. On the Stampendous web site, there is a chart with Laurel's color palette of choice, but it lists the colors in Copics. So I used Zigs that were as close as possible to the coordinating Copic markers.

I used a Sizzix die to make my tag base, which was some scrap black cardstock with gold ink. For an additional pop of color, I added some red cardstock to one corner. Yellow chiffon ribbon topped it off. I like these images because they are fast and simple to color. I like the tribal feel to them as well. Please be sure to visit the Stampendous blog to see who's posted this week. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

McStamper said…
Love your fantastic tag.
Very pretty little tag!! I love the flowers, they're so interesting. I haven't colored mine yet. Can't wait now!
Jean said…
Such a fun idea!
Viki Banaszak said…
So pretty! The red and blue is very eye catching.

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