This one had me stumped at first!! Then I went through some of my Stamping Bella Uptown Girl images and their sentiments and it clicked.
I picked the sentiment from Stamping Bella's Uptown Girl Faith the Fairy. (Maybe I'm trying to give good vibes to team Canada?!) I stamped the sentiment onto bella's bestest cream card stock with versa mark ink then embossed the sentiment with black embossing powder. I then inked the card stock with seedless grape and scattered straw distress ink. The background paper is a piece of apricot card stock embosses with MFT's Fishnet Stencil. Then inked with scattered straw distress ink then sprayed with perfect pearls. I then stitched the layers. The flower is MFTs pretty posies die-namics again inked with the distress ink for some depth. I then finished the flower off with a button
Please stop by the rest of the Sweet Sunday Stampers blogs to see their creations and remember to link your card on Karen's blog if you play along with us this week!
- Barbara Anders
- Jackie Pedro
- Jenny Peterson
- Jodi Collins
- Karen Giron
- Karen Motz
- Lisa Henke
- Lori Tecler
- Lynn Put
- Sarah-Jane Kalé
- Tracy Clemente
- Vicki Burdick (taking this week off)
Thanks for stopping by!!
Oooh... LOVE the sparkle of the background... it's gorgeous!!
ohmygosh!!! this is gorgeous. looooove your background!!!
Gorgeous! Gorgeous! Gorgeous! I love these colors together and the sparkle... well you can never go wrong with it! :)
LOVE that sparkly background! And what a great sentiment!
LOVE the sparky background and you wearing your jersey worked!! YAY....GOLD for Canada!!!!
Simply fabulous! I love how you made the sentiment the focus and the flower is beautiful! Congrats on a Canadian GOLD!
My wish came true this morning with Canada GOLD!!!! LOVE that fabulous embossed background and the shimmer from perfect pearls!!
LOVE! The colors are fantastic together and I LOVE the textured background!!
So pretty Dana! Love the stenciled background and your lovely flower.
So pretty! Love the sparkly, stenciled background and the sponged panel behind the sentiment.
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