The challenge of this week on the post "the way to use it" was to join greenery in our creation. Here is a Birthday's card; I join a flowering plant.
So the real Challenge isn't to make the tri-fold card, because, this is easy. But make perfect balloons with this polymer stamp set is the real challenge. This is the third time that I played with and that's the same conclusion. Our Stamp pad are over juicy and make a perfect stamp with full image is really difficult. ( To avoid soaking my stamp in the pad, I applied the ink with a sponge instead). I used the Stampin'Pierce mat and the Stampin'Foam sheet to stamp, but, it always remained a small defect of stamping! The polymer forgiven't the dust on a full stamp like this big ballon. Grrr. I like the beauty of this stamp set, but don't like the polymer stamp set because the quality of stamping is inconsistent, especially with full image!
Date: Friday, October 2, 2015 GMT Views: 1163
Ink: Cucumber Crushed and Rich Rasselberry, Bermuda Bay and Pool Party, Crushed Curry and Dafffoldi Delight, Real Read and Watermelon Wonder for ballons.
Accessories: Bundle of stamp set and Ballons Framelits, Sponges, Cotton Paper Assortment, Cherry on the Top Washi Tape, Fringe Scissors, In Color embellishments of the year, Punchs: Cupcake Builder and Tree Builder for leaves. Irresistible Pico (Clear)