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Saturday, August 15, 2009

Kind Thanks




Good Saturday Morning Peeps!

Today I am sharing another card I put together with the Medallion background stamp. I really like how easy you can put a card together with this stamp, you NEED this one for sure!!!!

This card started with a base of Crushed Curry. I used very vanilla cardstock to stamp the Medallion image onto with crushed curry ink. I used my scallop edge punch at the bottom and matted it with some basic black cardstock. The sentiment comes from the Thank You Kindly Stamp set and is stamped with black stazon ink. I used my piercing tool and mat pack to pierce the scallops.

I then stamped the medallion center onto some more very vanilla and cut out the square piece and matted it with more basic black. I added a black brad to the center and mounted the piece with some dimensionals. I tried to line the top image up over the bottom matching the designs.

Well, that is it for today, thanks so much for stopping by and HAPPY STAMPING!!!!

Vicki

9 comments:

MONICA GALE said...

This is one fabulous background stamp and your card is amazing M xxxx

Jaspere said...

Beautiful. Love how you showcased a portion of it.

Dawn Easton said...

Oh I love what you did with this image, girl! Fantastic!

Debbie said...

Lovely Vicki!! You are quickly becoming an "enabler"!! :-)

Joanne Travis said...

You are creating such gorgeous and glamorous things with this Medallion. Awesome work!

Joanne Travis said...

You are creating such gorgeous and glamorous things with this Medallion. Awesome work!

Jayne S. said...

You're KILLING me with all of these gorgeous samples with this stamp! I loved it when I first saw it, but I thought, "Oh, I don't have to get that one. I mean, how much can I do with just one stamp?" Now the pull to order it TODAY is just too much for me. (Don't you just hate it when that happens?) :-)
Thanks for sharing your gorgeous creations!

Rhonda Langley said...

I love how you layered the images with black! Very striking!

Kathy W said...

I agree with others; showcasing part of the medallion and accenting it with the black mat is striking and unique. Great card; thanks for sharing.