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Hi everyone, Just popping in to say hello and share this weeks Miss You Monday card

Life’s been pretty busy at the mo.
Learning to drive means that I have lessons a couple of times a week plus I need to get out and practise my manoeuvres as much as possible. The fantastic weather is great, but means that most of our days have been spent with friends by the Barbecue rather than in my craft room. Plus we’re undertaking a maSSive project at work, which means that i’m pretty exhausted by the time I get home and sometimes just want to chill. Good thing is that we’ve started a rental subscription to Blockbusters, so i’m enjoying at least one movie night a week which makes me a happy bunny. :0)

With the sun in the sky, how could i resist a lovely bright, summery card for todays Miss You Monday feature!? And i looove how it turned out.

And yes, that is a little greeting from the ‘Classic Sayings’ stamp set from Hero Arts! ♥♥♥

Products used
Polka dot paper: MME Bloom and Grow 6×6 paper pack
Flowers stamp: Unity Stamps KOTM Feb 2010 (♥ this stamp)
Watering can stamp: Unity Stamps KOTM April 2010
Embossing folder: swiss dots, cuttlebug
Nestabilities: circle and scallop circle
Distress ink: tumbled glass, barn door, shabby shutters, mustard seed
Archival ink: black
Greeting stamp: Hero Arts Classic sayings ♥
To make a mask: copy paper & repositionable adhesive (2 way glue pen)
Inkssentials Blending tool by Ranger
Scallop scissors
Cuttlebug ♥

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  • Samantha June 11, 2010, 8:57 pm

    This is sooooo cute! Your work is so crisp and beautiful. What kind of markers do you use? Seriously, i love this and the card below with the hedgehog!

    • Hungryheffy June 12, 2010, 10:08 pm

      hi samantha, thanks for popping by.
      i dont use markers, but instead i use distress inks to colour my stamped images. i’m hoping to do a video on it soon to show everyone how i do it.

      thanks for the love
      x

  • Sonia October 18, 2010, 5:02 pm

    It’s just so adorable!! I love how you painted the little dots to make the drops of water. : )

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