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I have been papercrafting for almost 15 years now. I love Stamping, Scrapbooking, Altered Items, and basically ALL Papercrafts. By day, I design packaging for pharmaceuticals. By night, I am stamping and creating in my craft room and I love make things into the wee hours of the morning.

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Saturday, January 03, 2009
New Stamp - 2 Different Looks


I picked up a retired Chili Pepper PSX stamp today (50% off!!!) and had to get it inked up when I got home. I wasn't sure if I want to color the image or not, so I made 2 cards with it ... both totally different!

Hot Chick

I stamped this image on the dark red/maroon and then mounted it on white cardstock. I punched a scalloped square and then cut it into 4ths creating 4 decorative corners. Stamped "Hey Chick" (by Inky Antics) and wrote in the word "Hot". Wrapped black velvet cording around card and viola!

Happy Birthday ... Hot Stuff

Stamped the image on white and colored with colored pencils and OMS. Mounted on red and pop-dotted onto the black card base. Punched red element with the Martha Stewart punch. Added white grosgrain ribbon and stamped "Happy Birthday" in Brilliance Moonlight White ink.

Challenge your self today ... take a stamp and make 2 totally different cards out of it. It can be how the stamp is used and/or using different colors, embellishments, etc.

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:38 AM

    You lucky duck these are gorgeous stamps! I LOVE them! Your two versions are awesome!

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  2. CUTE Chili Peppers!!!! I love Chili Peppers and these are some very cool cards!!!

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  3. oohh..these are both great! now..why am I craving mexican food now??
    lol
    :)

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