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Stampin' Up! Vivid Vases for Saturdays' Class!

Hey there! I've been having fun prepping for my Vivid Vases Class on Saturday - LOTS more fun than working on taxes, that's for sure!

The card I have for you today uses the Painter's Tape Technique and the Decorative Dots Textured Impressions Folder(free from the Sale-a-bration brochure when you order $50):


This technique is quick, fun, and EASY! After stamping the Vivid Vases image with Jet Black StazOn ink, I applied Pool Party, Calypso Coral, and Wisteria Wonder ink with the Painter's Tape. Both layers are cut out with Labels Framelit Dies. I added a 3/4" x 4 1/4" strip of Basic Black just so the label layers would have something to be anchored to. This card doesn't need any more embellishment to be pretty!


Inside I used the same painter's tape and inks under the sentiment from Perfect Pennants. Stamp a bit on the envelope and we are done!

Here's the supply list for today's card. Click on any picture to go directly to that product in my Online Store:

Stampin_up_whisper_white_cardstock      Stampin_up_calypso_coral_cardstock     Stampin_up_basic_black_cardstock   Stampin_up_label-collection_framelitsWhisper White 8 1/2" x 11     Calypso Coral 8 1/2" x 11       Basic Black 8 1/2" x 11              Label Collection Framelits
 cardstock #100730                 cardstock #122925                cardstock  #121045                   #125598


Stampin_up_vivid_vases   Stampin_up_perfect_pennants                                         Stampin_up_calypso_coral_ink

Vivid Vases #133818                       Perfect Pennants #133227 or #133230                                 Calypso Coral #126983


Stampin_up_pool_party_inkpad          Stampin_up_wisteria_wonder_inkpad
Pool Party #126982                      Wisteria Wonder #126985

That's all for now. Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

All products used are ©Stampin'Up!™1990-2014


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Carol Payne

Thanks Carol! I wasn't even sure what colors I was going to use when I started this card, but once I put these colors together it went together pretty quickly!

Carol Carriveau


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