You can check out Heather Nichol's video to see how well her stamps came out.
I don't have soda pop bottles which may be larger than my water bottle caps, so I was inking my fingers each time I put these letters into the ink pad. Ruined a few cards with ink smudges before I figured it out :( I found the clearish color on the caps was a little easier to use than the dark colored caps cause you can see where you are stamping ~ not that I got the letters any straighter ~ you probably noticed on both cards, I had to twist 'em.
|Inside sentiment: "Sending LOVE and prayers for a speedy recovery from your surgery"|
I am mailing this card to my Aunt who just had hip replacement surgery...see the little envelop on top of the word LOVE, get it :o?
My Card ~
Cardstock: Basecard is Lime Green from Recollections; the stamped on image is Stampers Select White from PTI; the glittery patterned paper is from from DCWV-Citrus Stack
Stamps: Fancy Flourishes from PTI; Patterned Bugs from Inkadinkado; LOVE are the foam alpha die cuts
Embellishments: Sheer lime ribbon from Michaels; Crystal glitter on butterflies from stickles; envelope and butterfly 3-D sticker from Dollar Tree
Wonderful!! I'm always in awe of you...you're always so good about trying new techniques! Although it took forever, your stamps went postal today!ReplyDelete
So pretty!! Lots of surgeries these days. I do love the card. Is that sentiment from Healing Sentiments? Thanks for the comment, sometimes I wonder what I'd do without all the crafty blogger friends that are out there!ReplyDelete
Oh I like this card! I also used water bottle caps. It was easier to place the letters where I wanted. Your aunt will adore this card!ReplyDelete