Friday, October 4, 2013

Three great cards by Britt Bass and Kim Frantz

 Hi there! Britt Bass here again to share a pretty little card I made using Hampton Art clear stamps for 7gypsies and Jillibean soup with some Clearsnap pigment ink.

Love card by Britt Bass

I used a pre-cut Studio G card and stamped the word “love” several times and spattered some red spritz to create a background.  I used my cutting machine to cut the heart, inked the edges, and spattered some black ink across the heart.

I stamped the smaller “love” on a separate piece of paper, spattered some of my black and red spritz and let it dry before turning it into an epoxy and mounting it on a little metal setting.  After creating that embellishment, I attached it to my heart with twine and mounted the whole thing onto my card.


Hampton Art Stamps
Jillibean Soup: Irish Farm House Soup (JB0012)
7gypsies: Things I Love (SC0499)

Hampton Art Other
Pre-cut Cardbase by Studio G (Scalloped Circle)

Smooch Spritz: Black Velvet, Cherry Ice
Pigment Ink: Black

Epoxy Maker Punch
Metal setting


Hello Card by Kim Frantz

Send a simple statement that makes a statement! Build this flower garden with patterned paper.

Jillibean Soup: Sugar Picks, Chilled Cucumber Soup Stamps, Pink/Purple Beanstalks.
Bella Blvd: Sand & Surf Patterned Paper/Paradise, Kiss Me Patterned Paper/Borders & Cute Cuts.
Echo Park Paper Co.: Bundle of Joy Patterned Paper/Newborn.
KI Memories: Vintage Charm Patterned Paper/Elegant Graph
Ranger: Ink
Other: button

{Heart} You Card by Kim Frantz

Combine stamps and elements cut from patterned paper to create a quick card for a loved one. This composition would also be cute on a tag attached to a gift or tucked into your child's lunch bag.
Jillibean Soup: Chilled Cucumber Soup Stamps.
Bella Blvd.: Kiss Me Patterned Paper/Borders & Cute Cuts
Echo Park Paper Co.: Bundle of Joy Patterned Paper/It's A Girl!
Studio G (Hampton Art): Blue Ink
Colorbox: Red Ink

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