SCS Featured Stamper

July 18, 2010 at 11:03 am Leave a comment

This week Latisha (1busymomof2) is featured on Splitcoaststampers. I love her gallery – very clean, very simple, but wonderful papers and textures are used. I thought I’d create a card today for the Featured Stamper Challenge (FS180). This is the card I chose to case of Latisha’s: I knew I had a lamp stamp, acutally, it was a trio of lamps, but I only stamped one of them. I paper pieced the lamp shade, twice actually, but I didn’t pop the patterned paper up like Latisha did (I wished I had though – I think it would have looked a lot better). I changed out the patterened paper, stamp, sentiment and ribbon treatment. After I took a look at my card, I realized the bow/ribbon totally overpowered my card. I should also have moved the lamp panel up to the mid-way point on the card. It looks totally off balance. Oh well.

Here is the recipe:
Card Stock – Neenah 80 lb. smooth white
Patterned Paper – Basic Grey “Bittersweet” paper pad
Stamp: Sunshine Designs “House on the Hill”
Ink – Momento Tuxedo Black, SU markers
Acessories – Rectangle Nestabilities, dollar store satin ribbon, PTI Vintage buttons, embroidery floss, dimensionals

Thanks for having a look. Enjoy the day!

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