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Had to do one more, that's how much I love this sketch.
Used Cool Cat, this is the first Stamp set I bought, and I had alot of trouble with him, wouldn't cover well and always looked dull. --then I learnt on this site to rub your solid stamps on your jeans when it is new and it would stamp better. I tried that and it work, but another thing I realized was to use SU Whisper White, it makes the colors vibrant. I was using cheaper paper and saving my Whisper White for good.
--Now my Bold Brights are Bold and Bright, and I hope anyone new reading this can learn from my experience. Use your good paper, you deserve it. You spend lots of money on Stamps, spend it on paper too.
I made these for this challenge, but flipped. THEN, I discovered I should have double checked the thumbnail. It's close, but since it isn't a flip ringer, I didn't put SC102 in the title... Inspiration is what it's all about though, right? Thanks for all the inspiration Roxie!!!
Here's another with this challenge. I am technically done with Christmas cards this year and should be working on Christmas gifts for teachers instead, but this one came to me as I was putting away my Christmas sets.
I started off making this for wt91 and ended up doing it for both wt91 and sc102. I haven't used fun flock in years, thank goodness their are directions on the bottle. It didn't want to stick very well and tried to add more glue stick with a q-tip, don't listen to me, must be someone out their who good with this stuff! I also used my new cuttlebug tag dies SO VERY CUTE
Grandkids are God reward for not killing your kids!