Thursday, July 12, 2018

Cottage Bouquet ~ A Fun Stampers Journey Card

Today's card was inspired a bit by this year's convention make and takes.

So for starters I didn't do my make and takes at convention this year...gast, I know! Instead I came up with my own twist on the cards.  This design was in one of the previous mini's so I decided to give it a try with the new Cottage Bouquet stamp set and the paper from my convention packet.

Why am I showing you this funky pic below???  Because I want to share that when I mask on a card I ALWAYS keep the mask that I cut out!  I stamp on a sticky note (ones that are sticky over the whole back), cut it out and place it over the stamp that it coordinates with when I'm done with it.  That way I can use it over and over again instead of cutting them out every time I want to mask.  

Whip Cream
Oatmeal Cookie
Watermelon Fusion
Lemon Drop
Black Licorice
I colored the flowers with Journey Color Burst pencils, rubbed them with baby oil and spritzed them with shimmer silk using one of FSJ's misters (it's about 7 or 8 drops of sparkle silk then fill up the mister with 70% rubbing alcohol).  You can't see it in this pic, but I hand pierced around the inside edges of the flowers too. :)
Thanks for looking and have a great day!
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Supplies used on this card:

Retired Host Set A Better Place
Baby Oil

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