Birthday Blooms

Saturday, February 13, 2016
Birthday Blooms
I’ve finally decided to give this stamp set a try. Yes, I mean a try.

If you come to my blog regularly then you know I shy away from any of the outline image stamp sets.

What do I mean by outline image stamp sets?

These are stamp sets that require you to color them in either by Watercoloring, markers or in today’s card using the new Wink of Stella markers.

Yes, you heard me right I used the Clear and the Gold Wink of Stella markers on today’s card.

I stamped the flower image using the Archival Black ink and picked up the color from the cover of my stamp pads using the Clear Wink of Stella Marker and then added a little Gold Wink of Stella here and there.

I’m showing different ways to use the Wink of Stella markers this month in my stamp club so I’ve been playing around with the different techniques.

The ink pad colors I used to color in my flower image was Melon Mambo and Mint Macaron.

The striped Designer Series Paper in the background is from the It’s My Party Designer Series Paper Stack.

Here is the list of supplies used:

To order any of the supplies used; just click on the picture and it will bring you to my online store.

If you want to attend the next Live Class and receive the PDF file and Private Video link to this month’s featured stamp set “Party Wishes/Bundle place a min. $50.00 order and use this Hostess Code: QZRDZZF4.
Party Wishes Grouping

You must use the hostess code in order to get the unlock password for the PDF file and video. If your order is over $150.00 do not use the code you will be your own hostess and receive the hostess dollars. Make sure to add your hostess dollar items to your order before checking out.

If you would just like to purchase the PDF file for this month’s project email me and I’ll send you a PayPal invoice for $9.95.

Here is the Weekly Deals for this Week:

Thanks so much and Happy Stamping!

4 thoughts on “Birthday Blooms

  1. glenda says:

    Hi Carla, You can do it. I need more practice but it makes coloring in a little easier for me. Have fun and thanks for commenting.

  2. glenda says:

    Thanks Susan, Yes, give it a try. I think next time I might emboss the outline image and then color it using the wink of stella and inks might help me to stay in the lines better. 🙂

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