I love to color! I’ve always loved to color. So stamps are a wonderful way for me to color and be creative without having to draw the actual images myself. (NOTE: Please don’t ask me to draw…stick people are even pretty rough for me!) The best thing about the stamps in this set? It’s one of the Sale-A-Bration choices this year, which means when you spend $50, you can choose this stamp set for FREE! 🙂 Gotta love that!
I made this card last night on Periscope as I wanted to get started with the 30 Day Coloring Challenge from Kathy over at The Daily Marker. The idea is to color for just 5 minutes per day, every day for a month! Right up my alley! Have you checked out Periscope yet? It’s live videos and my favorite component is the fact that the people watching the video can comment and I can see it immediately. The people watching last night actually helped me with several decisions on this card! Such fun! If you’re interested in tuning in to one of my “scopes,” as they’re called, my username is @slovestostamp (same as Twitter). Finally, if you’re interested in seeing what I color each day, feel free to look for me on Instagram at @sarahlovestostamp. I’ll also be posting with the hashtag #TheDailyMarker30Day. Can you tell I’m excited about coloring daily? Oh yay!
Fun detail: The “Friend” letters are actually the new Gold Wink of Stella! It is so so beautiful in real life! I use the Clear Wink of Stella more (usually) but this card made me need to break out the gold more often!
Wisteria Wonder Cardstock: 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″, scored at 4-1/4″
Whisper White Cardstock: 4″ x 5-1/4″
Old Olive Cardstock: two pieces hand-cut into the same curve – I started with a piece of 5-1/4″ x 3″ and was able to get both “hills” out of it. I fringed the top piece and glued the other behind it.
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