Hi crafty friends and welcome back to my cardmaking blog. It’s the 20th so that means it’s hop day with my Crafty Friends and I’m sharing a card created with the Picket Fence Lily Bouquet stamp set.
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On to my Picket Fence Lily Bouquet card. I’m keeping the description short because I walk you through the entire card in the video I’ll be posting tomorrow, so don’t forget to come back. If you are not a subscriber, you can Subscriber Here and you can also subscribe to my Youtube channel here
I stamped the image in Gina K Amalgum ink (waterproof and copic friendly), with my Misti Stamping tool (and I share a cool Misti trick in the video too).
Next, I water colored it with the Arteza Watercolor paints on their watercolor paper and then used my new Simon Says Stamp – A2 Thin Frame dies to die cut them out, including that beautiful inlaid piece (I share that in the video too).
The Picket Fence Lily Bouquet stamp is a HUGE beauty, so when making an A2 sized card, it’s nice to use just a portion of it, leaving room for a sentiment or two.
You may note the sentiment I used isn’t in this set, I grabbed one from the Wild Rose Bouquet set (linked below), as I have a certain person in mind for this card .
Now it’s time to hop along and visit my Crafty Friends who have some FABULOUS projects for you. Next up is my lovely friend Sara. If you get lost along the way, here is our list:
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