I've got just one card for you today using the upcoming Papertrey Ink Release The A-Mazing Stamp Set. With the weather turning warm, spring finally arriving, and three little kids who would (thankfully) rather be running around outside, yesterday got away from me a bit:). No regrets...which sort of goes with my sentiment today, now that I think about it.
I'm all about the encouragement card. I think because they come unexpectedly when a person needs it the most and therefore has the most impact. And who doesn't need a little encouragement every now and again?:)
I used the new Simply Framed, also being released this month to add some interest to my main panel. If you are a fan of Fabulous Frames, you are going to LOVE this one. I've used it three times so far on my release projects, I dig it so much. My circular maze is stamped slightly off the main panel in Pure Poppy and my maze path stamped in True Black.
A thing to note on the mazes...you can rotate them any which way you want so the starting point works best for your design. Sweetness. Here I have it starting in the upper right.
Here is another sentiment from The A-Mazing Stamp Set. I'm finding lots of uses for the Building Block dies. This treatment of stamping a sentiment split up on individual strips is one I like a lot and the Building Block dies make that a cinch. Also loving Tropical Teal ink of Hawaiian Shores cardstock.
Be back tomorrow with more. And I have the Make It Monday video tomorrow using BB: Random Stripes, Special Delivery, and Bubble Talk. Fun!
Ashley Cannon Newell
Stamps: The A-Mazing Stamp Set, Simply Framed
Cardstock: Aqua Mist, Hawaiian Shores, Stamper's Select White
Ink: Summer Sunrise, Smokey Shadow, Pure Poppy, True Black, Tropical Teal
Dies: Building Blocks
What a clever card! The colors are so bright and cheerful and its message so encouraging.ReplyDelete
Wonderful CAS design and the blue, red and yellow color scheme.ReplyDelete
I really like your card! The maze stamp is a fun one!ReplyDelete