Hello Darling…… again….

There is more to this stamp set than I thought!  I chose to use it for my April Card Class and made a really unusual fold card which started with a piece of 12 x 12 card stock!  The Hello Darling contains a variety of images which, at first,  did not work together for me, but once I started ‘playing’ was able to produce a number of different designs.

The stamp set is about to retire but still available until May 26th

This is the card that starts with a 12 x 12 sheet of card and once folded produces a 6 x 6 card.

April 1The main colors are Marina Mist and Sahara Sand

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The card base is Crumb Cake and  uses the circle image stamped in Tangerine Tango and Daffodil Delight with a Rose Red circle and a couple punched from Parchment card, all punched with 1 1 4/” circle.  Some Linen Thread and Candy Dots finished it off.

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This card uses a heat embossing resist technique.  Using versamark and clear embossing powder I stamped the image 3 times on the card.  Once the embossing powder was set I gently sponged with Blackberry Bliss and Mossy Meadow ink.  Then with a tissue I gently ‘buffed’ up the images to remove the excess ink .

………….and this is one I shared last week made with Pear Pizzazz and Sahara Sand.

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So this really is a very versatile set 🙂

I hope you enjoyed these cards ~  let me know your thoughts below …………

 Happy Stamping 🙂
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2 thoughts on “Hello Darling…… again….

  1. Toni Jenkins says:

    Cindy,Do you plan to do a video on how to make the 12×12 card stock that has unusual folds that you made in your April class?I hope you will.Hugs,Toni


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