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The Stamping Boutique

And my final digital stamp creation (this week anyway) using The Stamping Boutique stamps.

I have lots of layers here! I printed the image on acetate, picked a glitter color and part of the image for that color. I “colored” that part of the image with Crystal Lacquer on the back of the printout and sprinkled with the first glitter color. I repeated this process until the image was colored in totally with glitter! It was set to the side to dry while the card base was put together. I followed the Week 1 Verve Sketch from SCS for the layout. When the image was dry, I attached it to a piece of glittered embossed cardstock by squeezing some Crystal Lacquer onto the back of the glittered image and sticking it to the sheet. Some trimming cleaned things up, add a little ribbon and a tag with die cut “love” word.

Hope you enjoy it!

The Stamping BoutiqueSupplies:

The Stamping Boutique digital stamp

Sakura Crystal Lacquer

P K Glitz glitter

Sizzix die

Ribbon

My Mind’s eye paper

Viva La Verve sketch, Feb week 1, VLVFEB2011

Yes indeed, this digital stamp from The Stamping Boutique is TOO cute! Don’t you just love the cupcake craze! Little bites of cake heaven…

This card was for another DigiDay challenge that required doodled hearts to be somewhere on the project. I doodled mine down the right side of the image.

For a little extra fun, after I colored the image I cut it into thirds and separated them on a piece of background paper. I like the label-type effect.

The Stamping BoutiqueSupplies:

The Stamping Boutique digital stamp

Die cut paper

Copic markers

CPS sketch #204

Isn’t this image cute? I used it for a challenge at DigiDay with The Stamping Boutique. The challenge was to create a Valentine card using no pink or red. Isn’t that a great idea?

I had a color challenge swap card to create, so I used the swap colors for the color scheme. I think it came out just fine as a Valentine’s card with no pink or red!

The Stamping Boutique

Supplies:

The Stamping Boutique digital stamp

Copic markers

The Stamps of Life clear stamps for the saying, Minis4circles set

Tsukineko ink

Spellbinders dies

BasicGrey paper

Looking for a simple yet fun idea for the holidays? Try handmade ornaments!

I’ve used a clear plastic ornament shape here as the base for my ornament.

Print out a digital stamp or stamp a rubber stamp with StazOn ink on a piece of acetate.

Color with Copic markers or Sharpies.

Cut out a circular piece of WonderFilm from P K Glitz to place on the front of the ornament.

Cut out your image to be smaller than the ornament and place on top of the WonderFilm to stick it down.

Sprinkle glitter around the outside and you’ve got a great border!

Tie a ribbon at the top and it’s done!

The Stamping Boutique

Supplies:

The Stamping Boutique digital stamp

Copic markers

Acetate sheet and ornament shape

P K Glitz WonderFilm and glitter

Twill

The Stamping Boutique has some cute digital stamp images, one of which is this Audrey mixing up a batch of cookies. Isn’t she adorable??? I think she’s one of the best coloring blends I’ve done with the Copics.

The bunny cake is just too cute too.

Go visit their Digi Day on Saturday!

The Stamping Boutique

The Stamping Boutique

Supplies:

The Stamping Boutique Digital Stamps

Copic markers

Queen & Co felt border

BasicGrey Brads

Border Punch

I just love this digi stamp from The Stamping Boutique! I’ve been practicing with my Copic markers on this image and each time it comes out a little different. That’s just fine with me as I gain more familiarity with the markers and how they shade.

The Stamping Boutique

Supplies:
The Stamping Boutique, Back to School House
Copic markers
Spellbinders die
Ribbon
Card Positioning Systems sketch #182

I hate to give a gift in a plain bag but sometimes I don’t have a choice. If you have some spare time or have some colored images waiting for a card front or other project, put them on a plain bag! Here’s a cute bunny just in time for an upcoming birthday gift.

The Stamping Boutique

Supplies:
The Stamping Boutique Birthday Bunny
Copic markers
Spellbinders dies
Fiber and bag

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Some Odd Girl

Sizzix Blinkie

Origami Owl anyone?

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