Happy Saturday friends. Thanks for stopping by today. I have 3 cards to share with you today for TupeloDesignsLLC. They all use the beautiful Medallion Flower Builder stamp set from Neat & Tangled.
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For my first card, I did some blending with my Distress Oxide inks. I used Broken China, Worn Lipstick, Wilted Violet and Cracked Pistachio. I just love the background I was able to create. I then arranged several of the images from the Medallion Flower Builder stamp set all onto my Misti at one time. I stamped them with a nice crisp black ink. Then sentiment is from that same stamp set. I then added some Nuvo drops as a final embellishemnt. They do match the card base a bit better than they are showing up in the photo.
For my second card, I left the images where they were in my Misti and this time, did a bit of heat embossing in white. I then flipped my card around so I could stamp the other corner. I then did a bit of ink blending, this time with just some regular Distress inks in Chipped Sapphire, Cracked Pistachio and Salty Ocean.
I stamped and die cut my sentiment from a Neat and Tangled set called Painted Hello. I decided that my panel would look better with some shimmer spray. Unfortunately, it made the ink move a bit strangely so I'm not completely loving how it looks now but that's okay. It's still a handmade card and one that I will be proud to send to a friend.
For my last card, I heat embossed those same images again. This time, I just used some Twisted Citron Distress ink and blended it so it would fade to light towards the bottom. One my panel was done, I die cut it with the large die from the Blueprints 31 die set from MFT. I added it with some foam tape and then added some Apple Green Nuvo drops to finish off the card.
If you've stuck with me for this whole post, a big thank you. I know that was a lot. I had so much fun playing with this set and am looking forward to using it again in a different way. Crafty hugs!