SIMPLE! The card above shows simplicity and cleanness, just the way I like it. Sometimes you do not need to jazz up the project too much to deliver what you are trying to say. I participated in Pals Paper Arts Color Challenge for this month and created the card above.
Scraps & Stamps TIP:
– Think out of the box! These color collections are usually used for Christmas projects, but you can simply twist and create something totally different.
– Choose a stamp set first. If you are stuck with the certain colors to work with, choose and stamp set first and build the project around it.
– Go Lighter! I decided to stamp the Red Riding Hood lighter on the project to match the softness of Crumb Cake. 2nd Generation Stamping – Ink up the stamp, stamp it once on the scratch paper and without reinking the image, stamp it right onto the project for a lighter effect.
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Supplies List:
Very Vanilla Cardstock
Crumb Cake Cardstock / Ink Pad
Red Riding Hood Ink Pad
Red Riding Hood 3/8″ Taffeta Ribbon
One in a Million Stamp Set
Fabulous Florets Stamp Set
Basic Jewels Pearls
Stampin’ Dimensionals

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