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Painted Seasons Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

Just look at all those distinctive stamped images!  It's sort of jaw dropping to see the stamped image after my stamp is lifted.  The images are so detailed.  They almost look like they have been photographed, but I stamped them with my Painted Seasons stamp set!  Did I mention that the Painted Seasons bundle is a FREE Sale-a-Bration Gift with a qualifying purchase

Painted Seasons Stampin' Up!
Painted Seasons Stampin' Up!
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I stamped larger center flower with Pineapple Punch Ink and my other two flowers with Highland Heather Ink.  The pinecones were inked with Soft Suede ink and the ferns with Soft Sea Foam Ink.  For a finishing touch, I stamped what I refer to as pixie dust with Gorgeous Grape Ink.  Someone suggest that that particular stamp was probably intended as for the flower center, but I like my pixie dust.

After I completed my stamping, I ran my card base through my Big Shot with my Subtles Dynamic Impressions Embossing Folder for a neat textured finish.

My oval was cut with one of my favorite go to dies the Stitched Shapes and the "miss you" was cut with the fabulous Well Written dies.  Inside I stamped "Far apart but close at heart" with my coordinating Well Said stamp set.

For your convenience I've listed all of today's card supplies below.  Just click the picture to purchase the supplies that you need.


Have a fabulous day,


Painted Seasons Stampin' Up!

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good day. i found you in social sites . very clean post i hope i can share it on my facebook

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