Sunday, May 5, 2019

Stamp Review Crew: Incredibly Like You

Hello friends! It has been a while since I have been able to participate in a Stamp Review Crew hop, and I am excited to share with you all again. We are using the Incredible Like You stamp set this time, and it has a nice mix of images and sentiments. This was either an All Attendee give away or a Prize Patrol at the November OnStage event, and is not something I would have gotten for myself. After being a demonstrator for over 12 years, I have accumulated many, many flower sets. That being said, this is a lovely set with some awesome sentiments!

If you are following along in order, then you have just arrived from the delightfully talented Lauren Alarid's blog.

My first project is panel of watercolor paper that I sponged then spritzed with Pearlized water to blend and get some drips.

I stamped the two step flowers in combinations of the same colors, then fussy cut them. Added layers of vellum die cut with a die from the Stitched Labels framelits set with a sentiment on sponged ans spritzed cardstock and white heat embossed.

The card was looking a little washed out and needed a pop of something, so I started with added some Clear Wink of Stella to the flowers. That wasn't enough, so I added some black dots to the centers of the flowers.  That seemed to do the trick.

For this card, I wanted a quick, simple rainbow card.

Perfect for those moments when you need a fast gender neutral card.

That is it for me I hope you enjoyed my projects.

Next up is Nikki Spencer and she is sure to have something incredible!

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Heidi Baks said...

I don't immediately think watercoloring with this set, so what a great way to show alternative techniques. And the rainbow card is perfect!

WebDeb said...

So glad you made the striped rainbow card -- it's wonderful, and so easy!

Mitosu Crafts said...

Wow Tanya, amazing projects! Lush background on the 1st and fun colours on the 2nd


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