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Old 04-21-2013, 10:13 AM   #1
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Default Making clear stamps your own! A card from Kelly Marie Alvarez, owner of Lawn Fawn

I love how Kelly Marie changes/bends the giraffe stamp to make it look like it is blowing out the candle on this card!



Here's a little bit more about the card in Kelly's words:

One of the many reasons that I love clear stamps is that you can manipulate them by bending them for different looks. In this case, I loved the idea of a giraffe bending down to blow out a candle, so I just bent the giraffe from Critters on the Savanna's neck, and I was able to get that look! So fun! I stamped the cake from Year Three also, cut them out and adhered them on to a card covered in some cute papers from the Daphne's Closet 6x6 pad. I used Riley's ABCs for a custom sentiment. I just love doing that!

You can find the stamp sets she used here and here and here , the die here , and the Daphne's Closet paper here .

For more details on this project you can find them on the Simon Says Stamp blog: Simon Says Stamp Blog!: A Tall Order for a Happy Birthday with Kelly Alvarez!
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