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I'm still thinking about stamp sets that would be good ones to choose as a new demonstrator starter kit, so I created this card, again with Flower Shop:

Flower shop emboss resist 1

I used the emboss resist technique, stamping the flowers with Versamark on Very Vanilla, then heat-embossing with Clear powder. I then sponged with Soft Suede, Crushed Curry, and Cherry Cobbler, rubbing the excess from the embossing with a tissue between each color. I sponged the edges with Soft Suede, then layered onto a mat of Early Espresso. For the background layer I stamped the flowers with Soft Suede on Baked Brown Sugar cardstock, then dry-embossed with the Woodgrain Textured Impressions Folder and the Big Shot. I sponged the raised ridges with Soft Suede ink. I adhered a piece of 1 1/4" Burlap Ribbon with Tombow Multipurpose Adhesive. I stamped "wonderful you" from Loving Thoughts in Early Espresso ink and snipped the ends into banner points. The Very Vintage Designer Button was too crisp and clean to go with all the sponging on this card, so I sponged the button with Soft Suede ink before tying a thread of Burlap Ribbon into a bow through the holes and adhering to the card with a couple of Glue Dots.

Flower shop emboss resist 2
Inside I repeated the emboss resist technique in the corners and stamped phrases from Bring on the Cake.

That's all for now. Thanks so much for stopping in to see my creation today!

If you want to take advantage of the $25 Demonstrator Starter Kit which is only available until October 21st, just go to my website and click on the "Join the Fun" button. If you don't want to purchase the Starter Kit, you can shop in my Online Store while there.

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!


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