A note: After I multi-stamp the hydrangeas, I use my Copics to "tweak" the images a little more....leaves and flowers. The white opaque pen, which isn't REALLY opaque, is wonderful for adding lighter areas. Just thought I should let you know the image coloring was not totally the stamps....or totally me. : )
I used a different image, moved the ribbon and sentiment, and added more layers.
Date: Sunday, February 14, 2010 GMT Views: 908
Registered: February 14, 2008 Location: Bako, CA Posts: 871
Sun, Feb 14, 2010 @ 5:48 AM
OMG! I thought this was a framed oil painting at first! How amazing this is....I've been wanting the KSS hydrangea stamp set and now I have extra incentive to save my pennies! The color palette is lovely, and the striped background paper is perfect! Thanks SO MUCH for sharing.....Kat
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Sun, Feb 14, 2010 @ 6:03 AM
OH MY STARS Sallie, i looked at this one and thought you cut an unstamped card apart and made a card from it - it just does not look STAMPED it looks PAINTED!!!! Outrageous!!! Gorgeous!!! CARD of the DAY!!! WHOA!!!