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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Suede Medallion

In my opinion one of the most eye catching new stamps in this catalog has got to be the Medallion Background stamp. I put it on my first order, and finally got a chance to play with it last night. I used my two favorite In Colors - Soft Suede and Rich Razzleberry, and here's what I created...

With this gorgeous stamp it is so easy to create an elegant card in a flash. I stamped the image once in Soft Suede on Vanilla card stock. Then the center part was inked in Rich Razzleberry and also stamped on Vanilla and then cut out. The last circle was again inked in soft suede but this time stamped on Soft Suede card stock and punched out with the 1-3/4" circle punch. These two layers were adhered together and popped up using dimensionals. The ribbon is the Soft Suede Polka Dot Grosgrain - flipped to the plain side. The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes. The pearl brad in the center is something I had in my stash...not sure where it's from?

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10 comments:

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

Oh wow!! Lynn, this is just GORGEOUS!! I love this petty color and this is so elegant!! TFS! :)

Kim said...

I love this! :) I miss coming to your card classes...you are so talented :)

Busym1 said...

It's very beautiful! hugs, michelle

Nancy Riley said...

Over-the-top-gorgeous, Lynn! I sure wish I had ordered that Medallion stamp --- it makes one eye-catching card!

Rachel said...

Beautiful! That stamp is on my must have list. I love the layering you did with it.

joyk said...

I have 3 words for your card........Gorgeous and More Gorgeous :)

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card...i love this simple yet elegant! terrific!

cv

Elaine said...

Stunningly beautiful!

dasimonds said...

Absolutely Gorgeous..
I so Love these New In-colors!!
TFS

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