Irit is here today and I think that I am a very first design team member to post here in Sweet Stamps blog with our new posting format. From now on you will see all of us here once in two weeks with our own posts and some sweet inspiration.
I know that this is a last day to enter our No design paper weekly challenge, but you still have like 24 hours to make your best and who knows? You may even win some of Sweet Stamps delicious goodies.
So just as a final reminder : here is a card I made for this weekly challenge and as you can see no patterned paper needed when you have Sweet Stamps gorgeous products on your craft table.
Actually I don't use designer paper frequently, so it's just as kind of a challenge I like a lot.
The background black cardstock was stamped with SS Paris Script stamp using white pigmented ink and white fine detail embossing powder. Then I added a couple of golden washi tapes over this stamped background and my card was ready to get it's focal point.
The focal point was stamped with Paris Collage stamp, the same white ink and white powder way over SS Black ATC piece of cardstock. Then I made those gold heat embossed edges with clear embossing ink and Vintage gold embossing enamel.
A few chipboard pieces were added over the focal point: 2 small, stamped with black ink envelopes and a postmark, heat embossed with Black embossing powder.
The sentiment " Best wishes" was made over the same black ATC piece of cardstock the same heat embossed way, but now I stamped with clear ink and embossed the sentiment with the same gold powder. A couple of flowers were the final touch for this card.
As you can see you don't really need any designer paper to make your fancy stamped project.
Anyway, if you win, it's your pick. Just play and win!
Wow, this looks great. Love the color combo and the black/white background really makes the yellow and blue really pop.
WOW what a gorgeous design, love the way the colors on the flowers stand out against the black and white. A classy, elegant, breath taking design!!!!
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