YAY!! Friday is here!!! And it looks like a wet one here in northeast Missouri, which is ok with me. After all of the sand and stuff they have to drop on the roads during the snowstorm, the roads are covered in yuck! I look forward to the first rain in the spring to clean the streets and roads of the sand and cinders so my car isn’t covered in it as well! Just a silly pet peeve of mine I guess!
Using The Blender Brushes And Ink To Increase The WOW Factor
Today’s card is one I created on our private group page earlier this week but I want to give full credit to Patty Bennett at Pattystamps.com for her technique. She created gorgeous tulips with the tulip dies as well as the Marbleous DSP packet from Sale-A-Bration and blending brushes – adding color to the already gorgeous Marbleous DSP certainly upped the beauty factor!!
Link To Our Private Group Page – Creating With Pam And Lola!
Pam and I began this FB group page back in the spring of the COVID shutdown, not only to keep in touch with our stamping friends but also to keep us stamping as well. It certainly pushed us out of our comfort zone! Two years later we are still going and GROWING! If you would like to join us, click on the link below to join – the more the merrier!
Measurements For This Card:
- Rich Razzleberry Card Stock 8 and 1/2 by 5 and 1/2, score at 4 and 1/4
- Fresh Freesia Mat 4 and 1/8 by 5 and 3/8
- DSP Panel 4 by 5 and 1/4
- Riche Razzleberry Mat 2 and 3/8 by 5
- Fresh Freesia Mat 2 and 1/4 by 4 and 7/8
- Basic White Panel 2 and 1/8 by 4 and 3/4
We are off to see the granddaughters today and finish the Valentine treats for school. We are looking forward to the hugs, kisses, and giggles from sweet Nora and Miss Fi. Can’t wait! Until next time, keep stamping, keep crafting, and God Bless!Product List