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All The Good Things

July 26, 2018

Today I am sharing a card with you that I made using the All The Good Things stamp set from the Annual Catalogue.  This is a Distinktive stamp and gives you lots of detail and colour variation using just one ink.  I stamped one of the background stamps from the Bokeh Dots stamp set onto Whisper White card using Balmy Blue ink.  The Bokeh Dots stamp set is also a Distinktive stamp and you can see the variation and depth of colour that this stamp has created.  I stamped the greeting from the All The Good Things stamp set over the top of the bokeh background using Memento Tuxedo Black inkI cut an oval from another piece of Whisper White card using the Layering Ovals Framelits Dies and placed this over the stamped Whisper White card using dimensionals before attaching the whole panel to scored and folded Balmy Blue card.  I stamped the large fish image from the All The Good Things stamp set twice onto Whisper White card using Basic Gray ink and cut them out.  I attached the fish around the outside of the oval using Tombow Multipurpose Glue on the outside of each image only.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the fish once more onto the right hand side of Whisper White card.  The tricky thing about this large fish is that the greeting which I used on this card and the large fish is one stamp.  To ink only the fish I used a sponge dauber so that I could control where I placed the ink.  This was not so important for the image I cut out but for the image on the inside of the card, I didn’t want any of the greeting to show.

I hope you like my first attempt using this stamp set.  I really love the Distinktive style of stamps and hope that we get more in our Holiday Catalogue.

Bye for now,


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