Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Serendipity Stamps - Hidden Gems #2

Continuing with the Hidden Gems challenge for you from the   
Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog.
To participate just use any of Serendipity's images or dies in your creation and something from your stash that you haven't used in awhile for a chance to win! 

I did a little masking which I haven't done in a while.  I dusted off my Post-It notes and covered the strawberries in the corner and the blue flowers. Next, I stamped my blue bells stamp in green ink there at the bottom.  They fill in the blank space nicely.

I used my Stamp-a-ma-jig to position the sentiment and butterfly.  
I just love stamping on patterned paper!

Inside my card I stamped the Blue bells again and one of the lovely 4 butterflies from the Butterfly Set.  I used Distress Ink for a subtle look.

Finished size is 6" x 4 1/4".

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Our Guest Designer this month is Kimberly Wiener:
Check out what the rest of the Design Team created!

  • Serendipity Stamps & Dies - Blue Bells 793FButterfly Set 708KA Garden is for all 287E,
  • Ink: Versafine - Vintage Sepia, Distress Inks - Peeled Paint, Broken China, Stormy Sky
  • Paper: Graphic 45 - Time to Flourish - July Cut Aparts & 6 x 6 pad, Bazzill Heavyweight - Gumdrop, misc yellow
  • Other: SU! cotton ribbon, Bow Easy, Mini Perfect Layers, Stamp-a-ma-jig


Mary Dew Lee said...

Miriam your card is amazing! You picked the perfect images and colors and it all works together perfectly. I'm ready for garden time!

Jeanne J said...

What a dreamy garden scene Miriam! I love the watermark look subtle images - the perfect addition to that gorgeous paper.

Marybeth said...

Wow, this stamping on patterned paper looks like it was made for each other! Beautiful!

JD/ Jill said...

Very pretty and great masking!

DottyA Cards & Things said...

What a Beautiful Job you did! I always forget we can stamp on pattern paper.... But you really did Lovely work of it here. And this is such pretty paper too!