Today is WOW Wednesday and time for a tip. So I am focusing on how to re-ink your ink pad correctly. This is the only way your work is going to look good.
I finally got my St. Patrick’s idea down on paper. It is has been in my thoughts for a couple of weeks. The Shamrock was made using the mini heart punch. I used the 2015-2016 In Color Cucumber Crush. Obvious the bug is from Beautiful Ride and the greeting is Greatest Greetings. The ground was made with Timeless Texture in Crumb Cake. So you can see all these stamps came from the Occasions Catalogue.
Don’t forget to order your 2014-2015 ink refills as they will be retiring out. The retirement list will be out in April and they will sell out quickly. Just go to order and use the Hostess Code. Trust me you don’t want to wait!
How are you coming with your Easter cards? I am in love with Easter Lamb in the Occasions catalog. You know you can use it for baby cards. Here is a tip. Because it is a wooden stamp, you need to cut the words “happy easter” off. DO NOT CUT The WORDS ITSELF. You will mount the words on the opposite side of the lamb. Now you can use the lamb separate from the “happy easter”.
You are getting two cards today. I am trying to catch up on my Easter card post. Both cards used Wink of Stella clear on the lambs. Remember Wink of Stella is the tool of the week. I love to frame the lamb in either an oval or circle to make it stand out. Because one was on white cardstock I chose to color is’ ears with Blushing Bride marker. The other one I helped the circle stand out by using my piercing tool. This one you can use for baby by changing the greeting.
Note: The one that has the pink strip of paper; I can’t remember what paper I used. However, the English Garden and Birthday Bouquet Designer paper has some paper that will work. I forgot to include Wink of Stella (#141897) below and the pearls. Sorry about that.
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Last week I started Tool of the Week. This week is Wink of Stella. It is a great way to spotlight your project with a little glitter. Best of all nomess! I would love for you to show me your project by posting on my Facebook page. Remember no one makes a perfect card! Here is my Facebook link https://www.facebook.com/stampinpinkrose
I have a card I used Wink of Stella. It is a birthday card. I am hoping you can tell where Wink of Stella was used. Did you guess where I placed it?
I used Wink of Stella on the cupcake’s sprinkle and the cherries. You know we can’t have cupcakes without sprinkles and cherries.. Tomorrow will be another Wink of Stella, but for Easter. Also, if you subscribe to my newsletter there will be another Wink of Stella card. Remember with your subscription to my newsletter you get a free PDF.
On Friday video I referred my new cart which I absolutely love. So I thought I would give you a glimpse at the cart. It is already saving me time.
This drawer holds dimensionals, candy dots, and other embellishments.
There are two drawers for ribbon. It is nice to be able to reach for what you need as you are working.
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