A Wedding Card With Indescribable Gift

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Hi friends! How are you? Today’s wedding card was created with the gorgeous Indescribable Gift stamp set. It doesn’t show well in the photo, but I used my Versamark pad to stamp the blossoms on the vellum.

I stamped the blossoms three times, colored them, fussy cut out the different sections, gently curled the petals with a bone folder and layered them for dimension. I used a sponge dauber to add Soft Sky to the white circle before I glued the blossoms on.

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I used the stamp to decorate the envelope, as well.

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It’s always fun to make the inside pretty, too.

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Happy stampin’ friends!

Michelle

 

P.S.

Want to know how to color with stamp pads and blender pens? Watch this great video!

Indescribable Gift

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Have you been to Freshly Made Sketches lately? If not, you should go check them out. Better yet, enter this week’s sketch challenge!

This lovely sketch by Karren leaves me with so many ideas:

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Here in Oregon, all of the trees are in full bloom and putting on quite the show, so this Indescribable Gift stamp just seems like a must. I stamped it in Crisp Cantaloupe on vellum and then used a sponge dauber to add some color to the center of each blossom on the back of the vellum, which gives a gives a soft effect. I have also seen other stampers use white embossing powder on vellum for this stamp -GORGEOUS!

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Easter is one of my favorite times of the year and I was happy to see that Stampin’ Up! Only Challenges blog has a challenge to create an Easter card, so I am joining them today, as well. If you haven’t been over to their blog, be sure to check them out!

Happy stampin’ friends!

Michelle