May 7, 2010
My flower image was stamped three times. The first time I inked up the stem/leaf using my certainly celery ink pad and the flower was inked using my pretty in pink ink pad, then I stamped it onto my card stock.
The second time I stamped the flower image I stamped, just the flower, using pretty in pink ink. Then I cut it out and I used a SU dimensional to place it over my first stamped flower image.
And the third time I stamped the flower image, I used chocolate chip ink and I stamped just the flower onto a scrap piece of card stock. Then I only cut out the center of the flower and I placed that on top of (the center) of my popped up flower image.
The rest of my card was quick and easy. My flower image panel is layered onto a chocolate chip circle layer and a pretty in pink scalloped circle layer. (I used my circle scissos plus for cutting out the circles and I used my corner rounder punch to create the scallops on my pretty in pink layer.
Along the bottom of my chocolate chip card stock layer I used my scallop trim border punch. My pink and brown pattern paper is from SU and my pink ribbon is from Offray.
Stamps: Hello Again
Card Stock: White, Chocolate Chip, Pretty in Pink, SU Pattern Paper
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Pretty in Pink, Certainly Celery
Supplies: Ribbon, Circle Scissors Plus, Corner Rounder Punch- for the pink scalloped circle, 2 Way Glue Pen, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Scissors- for cutting out the flower, and flower center
Technique: Paper Piecing
Created By Patty Gorka