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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

My little girl made this! Flower Fest Card

I have always had a Craft Room for my kids but when I started doing Stampin' Up, I kind of sort of, well I really took over their room. What that means is there are tons of supplies that they can use. The other night I was playing with my new  
Flower Fest Stamp set 
and showing my little girl how you can color in the flowers with our sponge daubers and she asked if she could make a card. Now she really loves to create but seldom makes cards. She makes bigger, more "out of the box" type of creations. She set to town and came up with this darling card. I love it and will use it for one of my workshops. I really need to create a "watermark" for her creations and not use mine!

Using the Sponge Daubers with Melon Mambo Ink

 You can go as light or as dark as you wish.  They are so much fun to use!

Stamp sets used:
Flower Fest- Summer Mini Catalog- LOVE this set!
Plus a SNEAKY Peek of our new stamp set called The Best of Everything coming soon on July 1st!

Materials used: 
Melon Mambo and Whisper White Cardstock
Melon Mambo, Wild Wasabi, Daffodil Delight and Tangerine Tango Classic Inks
Pumpkin Pie ribbon which she cut down in width, so clever!
Stampin' Dimensionals of course!

Stay tuned for some more fun Flower Fest Cards!

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1 comment :

Flamenco92627/Julieta said...

Wow, that is a super cute card! Your daughter is so talented. I love the look of the dauber method! The colors are so cheery too. Great job!