Daily Archives: May 6, 2016
It’s Friday and time for A Day For Daisies Kit Club Release! In addition, we are starting the “Paint it Up” challenge so pop by the ADFD Blog by May 19th at noon to enter your card for a chance to win some free images!
For my card today I chose “Little Dancer Rose” to “Paint it Up” for you today. I used a Rubber Necker “splatter” stamp with Distress Inks for this adorable image. The rainbow is a My Favorite Things die and I finished off with a AlteNew sentiment and a bit of great chevron washi.
Hello stamping friends. I’m so excited to announce that Repeat Impressions is celebrating the new release of “Flower Power Separates,” a NEW stamp series featuring beautiful floral solid and outline images. Instead of a traditional “blog hop,” The House that Stamps Built blog in collaboration with the Repeat Impressions Rock Stars have made some beautiful samples for your enjoyment beginning Thursday May 4th thru Sunday, May 7th to showcase the new stamps on the blog each day.
All the images are available as wood mount stamps or as plain, unmounted rubber individually. If you prefer, the complete series is available as a plain unmounted sheet of rubber so that you can get ALL 22 stamps in this series at a huge savings.
To enjoy the samples created by the Rock Stars, please visit The House That Stamps Built blog each day beginning Thursday, May 5th thru Sunday, May 8th. Leave your comments to be entered into a drawing to win an unmounted sheet of RI’s Flower Power Separates series. To qualify for this free giveaway your comments must be left no later than 5pm eastern time on Sunday, May 8th. On Monday, May 9th Wendy will announce the winner on Repeat’s Facebook page so be sure to “Like” and follow them there if you don’t already.
Here’s my card using Repeat Impressions Flower Power 10301 and 10307 the large flower and outline, 10306 and 10302, the smaller flower and outline, and 10316 and 10318 the leaf and it’s outline. These flowers are created so they look great either perfectly lined up or a bit wonky. I chose to stamp a bit wonky because I like the white peeking out. If you prefer – you can use a Stamp-a-ma-jig and line them up perfectly. The other Repeat Impressions Stamps used are Postcard 5015-P – makes a great background, and Quartet Compliment Series Plate 8600.