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I had so much fun with this set! Maybe because I'm so hoping that our spring-like weather will come soon! This set has 5 stamps that coordinate with our Artiste Cricut Cartridge! I created three different cards with this stamp. I can't decide which one I like the most!
I created this sun-shiny breezy card with Chantilly paper (X7163B). I used two shades of buttons from the Buttons Blue Assortment (Z1371) and layered them to get a two toned look. The ribbon is from my stash of older CTMH ribbons and is retired. Using the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge for the sun, cloud and hot air balloon made this easy!
My 2nd card was created using another piece of Chantilly paper. I love this little bird! I cut the bird and the wings on Hollyhock cardstock using the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge and then stamped them with Hollyhock ink. One of my favorite products is the Opaques Pearl Flourish (Z1744). I used a portion of one on this card. My final touch is the Hollyhock Zipper Lace (Z1826)
My final card is a ray of sunshine! I used only cardstock on this card -- Creme brulee, Honey and Sunset. I rolled these inks onto the stamp to get the three different colors starting with the lightest color of ink. I inked my Color Ready Ribbon (Z1732) with Sunset ink and then added bitty sparkles from the Brown and Tan Assortment (Z1753) to each cardstock sun ray. Even though these sparkles are brown and tan, they worked great with these colors of cardstock! My sentiment "Sending Warm Wishes" is from the A Garden (A1119) stamp set.
So what do you think? Which card is your favorite?
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