Welcome to the Amazing Life edition of the Stamp Review Crew! This time we are focusing on the very versatile Amazing Life photopolymer stamp set, which is also available as a bundle with the Rectangle Stitched Framelits. You may have landed here from The Rubber Redneck, but if you're starting with me, just follow the links to take the whole tour - there are ten of us this time.
There are lots of fun greetings and elements in the seventeen piece stamp set, but with St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, I felt drawn to the shamrock.
To make the background, the shamrock was randomly stamped in Soft Sea Foam, the filled in with Clear Wink of Stella. The band behind the greeting was stamped in Call Me Clover on Soft Sea Foam cardstock and also filled in with WOS. The fussy-cut shamrock next to the greeting was stamped in black, colored with Dark Call Me Clover Blends, and also glittered up with WOS.
The next card uses the cake and cute greeting. For this one, I also used some of the Sale-a-Bration Botanical Butterfly DSP. I love the black & white sheets, and the Highland Heather floral pattern was perfect as an accent behind the cake.
Some rhinestones were colored with the dark Highland Heather Blends marker to add a little bling, and a Candle Embellishment was added as the perfect cake topper!
That's all for me today. I'm still really off my game after being so very sick last week. Still not feeling 100%, but at least I was able to get these cards made! Up next is Jenny Hall!
Oh, the shamrocks! I am so glad you used them. The cake cake is very elegant also :)ReplyDelete
Snap Cindy! Those shamrocks are just too cute and perfect for St Patricks Day!!! Kelly xReplyDelete
Thank you, Kelly! I know they aren’t really true shamrocks, but they do convey the spirit of good luck!Delete
I love the monochromatic purple and the gold glimmer paper is perfect for a St. Paddy's Day card!!ReplyDelete
Love both of these Cindy. The tiny touches of gold on each card is such a lovely and elegant touch. xReplyDelete