Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Tiger Blooms ~ A Fun Stampers Journey Card

Before I get into today's card I want to remind you that this is the last day to sign up with Fun Stampers Journey as a coach and save $50 on one of two kits (you need to use the code JMWJB50 when you check out).  In addition to saving on one of two kits you will receive a stamp set that I showed you HERE last week.  Richard created the card below with the stamp set. I'd love to have you join my team! Just click "Join My Team" above to check it out. If you have any questions please contact me!


Boy do I have a CAS card for you today that was inspired by Try Stampin' or Not on Tuesday's sketch challenge #311.  Yes, I'm saying it again...I stretched the sketch!  When don't I do that? lol  Since the optional theme is checkerboard or plaid I had to opt for something a little different which is CAS since I don't have either of those right now.


I used my ATS stamp Tiger Blooms, stamped it with clear pigment ink, poured my gold embossing powder on it, used my heat gun to melt it and there you have it.  Since the stamp has three flowers I figured the top and bottom flower represented the blue on the sketch and the middle one that juts to the right is the white square. :)  

Make sure you head over to TSOT Here to check out what the other designers created.  Lot's of great cards using this sketch.  If you get a chance to play we'd love to check out how this sketch inspired you. :)


I can't tell you how difficult it was to get a good picture of the gold on this card.  It was either to shiny, dull or a mixture of both.  The top flower in the picture above is the closest I could get to how it actually looks.



Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Sara

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