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Thursday, July 7, 2011

More Fun with Stamps

Here's another project I created using stamping supplies from Paper Wishes.  Ordinarily I'd have saved it to post on Saturday, but I'll post two today instead so I can enter it in the Paper Wishes Blog Giveaway.

This is a Sara's Surfaces 4-fold Folder from Hot Off the Press.  I started with acrylic stamps from their Sweet Blossoms and Swirls set.   I stamped the designs with Versamark ink and embossed some of them.  Then I used distress inks to cover the background with fun color and to make the stamping "pop".  I colored in some of the stamped images with Marvy markers, and covered the inside of the folders with paper.  I haven't finished it off with sayings and such inside because I plan to use it to hold some gift cards, and have yet to decide for which occasion it will be given. Tip: I used a small piece of self-adhesive velcro to hold the folder closed.

Here are some more pictures showing other views of this folder:
This is the back.
And this is the inside


Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, this turned out great.

Becca Sadler said...

Terrific! What a beautiful paper crafted creation!!!!! It's almost too pretty to want to use it!!

Karenliz said...

Cheryl, what a beautiful folder! I love the colors.