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March 2016 Team Swap Cards Spring Theme

Happy Home and Work of Art Card - My Team Swap

Happy Home, Work of Art, Stampin' UP
Hi Everyone! Here's my March's Team Swap Card. Our theme this month was SPRING! I'll show you the Designer Paper Dolls swap cards tomorrow!

Work of Art stamp set is awesome to provide a watercolor feel to images without actually having to watercolor! I stamped the images with Archival Black Ink - let it dry just a minute - then stamped with Work of Art to make the sky, tress, grass and even the sun!

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To get the fading color look, I stamped 2 or 3 times WITHOUT reinking. And the beauty of it is, you don't have to worry about lining anything up!

DSCN5929Carry over the look of the outside to the inside sentiment. I think this is such a cute pick-me-up card to remind someone they are special and unique.

DSCN5930And of course, no naked envelopes! I stamped coordinated images on the front of the envelope.

General Instructions. Die cut from Whisper White the rectangle from Project Life Framelits. Stamp Happy Home images with Archival Black Ink. Let dry about a minute. With different stamps from Work of Art, stamp sky with Soft Sky, grass with Pear Pizzaz, the tree with Wild Wasabi, and the sun with Daffodil Delight.

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Richard L

I wasn't sure about this stampset. But these cards remind me of the classic winnie the pooh and mary poppins illustrations, lovely!

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