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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Rose Blossom Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Happy September 1!!! That means the kick off to a brand new Annual Inspirations catalog at Close to My Heart! It also means it is time for .....
featuring "Paper Garden".

If you have come from Mary's Pixie Dust Playground, you are in the right place. If you are just now beginning your hop, don't worry there will be a list at the end with links to all the wonderful Rose Blossoms! 
 I chose to stamp with the two smallest stamps in the set to create this sunset card for my Uncle.
I stamped them in Gypsy ink, as my new inks have not arrived yet... I used the two smallest "twigy" images and just stamped away the silhouette of a filed of wild flowers..... 
I really got to play around with this sunset card. I used daubers, Sunset ink and the new Saffron paper and some blending to create this effect. To get the sun, I simply used a 3/4 inch circle punch on a scarp piece of cardstock covered with washi. I put the washi where I wanted and inked around it, creating a mask. 
 I chose to use the beautiful new Sangria papers for this card. 
Want to win this hot off the press pack of Nevermore paper? Click HERE for the details!!!!
If you got off track you can begin right here with Brenda at Rose Blossom Legacies! 
Check out all the Rose Blossom inspiration ....
Happy Scrapping, 

11 comments:

  1. So beautiful Kim. I love your artwork. So unique and gorgeous! Your daubing around the sun is amazing!

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  2. Love this background and I am going to try this. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. What gorgeousness in this sunset! This was an extremely clever way to use this stamp!!!

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  4. I love this look. This stamp set really looks so beautiful against the sunset. It's like a painting. Your color choices are stunning.

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  5. Very pretty card and interesting technique information in the post!

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  6. So so pretty! You really caught the essence of a sunset. I'm thinking you and Sangria are going to have a very good year together!

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  7. Love those stamp set with the new Sangria papers!! Lovely!!!

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  8. What a beautiful piece of art using layered ink colors. Yummy!

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