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Hey there! Quiet Meadow is perfect for collage-style stamping. I used this bundle of stamps and dies to create some "Thinking of You" cards to use for both a "get well" type card and a sympathy.


I used stamped-off once and sometimes twice Crumb Cake, Balmy Blue, Pear Pizzazz, and Blushing Bride for my collage-stamped background. After heat embossing the greeting with white powder I cut it out with a Meadow die. I added gold Metallic Pearls for more interest.


The majority of the Meadow dies are stand-alone, which means they don't coordinate with an image in the Quiet Meadow stamp set. I used one of them to cut Pear Pizzazz card stock to create the floral piece I glued over the floral image I stamped with full-strength Crumb Cake.


I tied Linen Thread into a double bow and added with a glue dot.


Everything on the inside is also from Quiet Meadow.


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May 6-10


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Carol Payne

Thank you, Kathy!

Kathy Bolam

Love the sweetness and serenity of your card. Pinned this to my Sympathy card.

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