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I was going through some of my cards recently and realised that I hadn’t shown you some cards that I had made. Some of these are with some retiring stamp sets. So, I better show you before they are gone for good!
This one is with the stampset “Wanted”. I borrowed this set last year to make some masculine type cards.
I inked up the horse in Night of Navy and stamped 3 times without reinking. The third horse is a little faint in the photo. I took several photos but it just wasn’t coming out clearly!! I stamped the other images randomly in Night of Navy ink onto Bordering Blue card (a retiring colour). The white was matted onto Really Rust cardstock (another retiring colour). I wrapped some twine around and layered it all onto the Night of Navy card base – which is a bit hard to tell too. The weather is a bit overcast so it is hard to get some clearer photos!!
The greeting is from “A Little Birthday Cheer”, which is another retiring set. I used the Really Rust marker on just the Celebrate stamp and stamped it onto Whisper White card and punched out with the Large oval punch. I sponged the edge and put a staple through it. This was raised and layered onto a Really Rust Wide Oval. I inked up the star and punched it out with the small star punch. I don’t know why this punch is retiring???? I added a silver brad and raised it up with mounting tape.
I stamped the inside too.
Mind you, it does have a straight edge IRL!!!! Not my day for photos today! I didn’t add a greeting on the inside at the time. That can be added when I give it away. I adhered a piece of Whisper White onto the Night of Navy base. On a strip of Bordering Blue I stamped the small shapes in Night of Navy and added this to the bottom.
I created another card with this set when I had it. On this one I did the faux woodgrain. So pop by in the next few days to see that. For now, I have a million things I should be doing!