Welcome to Day Two of the The Craft's Meow May Stamp Release! All five of these sets designed by Nina Bracket will be available for purchase on Tuesday, May 21!
Today's stamp set is called Wildflowers, and I've chosen to use one of the images you can color. (Despite this set's name, I think these flowers can pass for lilies and am already having thoughts for Easter cards!) The sentiment is from the Sweet Sentiments stamp set.
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T I P
If you want to make a card with a unique shape, cut two of the die shapes. About 3/4" from the top or side (depending on the card's orientation), score a line across the panel that will be the back of the card.
Put a strong, double-sided adhesive (I use Scor-Tape or Wonder Tape) on the card's back panel in the area between the score line and the edge of the cardstock.
Place the front panel on top of the back panel (adhesive side up) and lightly burnish to meld the two together. Fold along the score line AWAY from the front of the card.
I N S T R U C T I O N S
- Make card base (see tip above) from two die-cut shapes.
- Stamp focal image and sentiment on patterned paper.
- Color the focal image with Copics (or your preferred color medium).
- Die cut the focal image and adhere to card with domensional adhesive.
- Adhere gems.
- Very, very lightly dot Stickles on the flowers and leaves.
Please visit The Craft's Meow blog to see what the rest of the team did with this stamp set.
T O D A Y' S S P E C I A L P R I Z E O P P
Today's stamp set will be given away to one lucky commenter!
Lisa will randomly draw a winner from all the comments left at our DT members' blogs (and the TCM blog) and announce the lucky stamper during tomorrow's TCM post. So optimize your chances of winning by leaving a comment at each blog by 8:00 p.m. PST tonight.
And don't forget to come back again tomorrow for a preview of May's third newly released stamp set: Side By Side!
Thanks for stopping and have a blessed day!
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