Congratulations Tina, on becoming our latest featured stamper. I sure did enjoy going through your beautiful gallery. Here is the card that inspired me Autumn Hello I used the same flower image, inspired by nature. I didn't have the puzzel die cut to use, so I just cut my image up into tiles. I sponged and distressed the edges. First I stamped the flower using river rock ink. Then I coloured overtop of the image using Copic Markers. Stamped overtop with the sanded backgrounder stamp using vintage sepia ink. I made the polka dot base card. Layed the stencil over my 5 1/4" baja breeze (blue) square and sponged on sage shadow. Stamped overtop with sanded backgrounder. I cut a strip of creamy caramel cardstock. Sponged edges, adherred to blue panel and sewed along edges of the strip. Glued on the green pearls. Popped up all the image tiles. The sentiment is from SU "Happy Harmony" set.
Enjoy your time in the spotlight, Tina...
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Oh Pat.................this is wonderful. I LOVE the beautiful dusty colors you've used. The creamy carmel has always been a favorite color of mine and I am still hoarding an unopened package of it!! ha The baja breeze is perfect with it. This one is headed to my favs for sure...
It's so interesting to go back and read the descriptions I wrote on the cards that have been chosen. Reacquaints me with my own gallery!
Hugs to you friend!!! :) and thanks for playing in my challenge.................
GardenDiva AKA Tina DeLong
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