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Simple Sale-A-Bration

December 28, 2018

Today’s cards again focus on simple or beginner stamping.  I have used the Lasting Lilly stamp set which is one that you can earn FREE during Sale-A-Bration.  The card bases are once more note cards.  I have stamped the leaf images using Old Olive ink and the small flower using Daffodil Delight ink and the larger flower using Flirty Flamingo ink.  The greetings which are also from the Lasting Lilly stamp set are stamped using Old Olive ink.   These images are Distinktive which means that you need to add your ink carefully so that it is not overloaded.  If there is too much ink on your stamp you won’t get the wonderful detail that is present in each of the stamps.  If your pad is really wet and leaves bubbles on your stamp, use a spoon to push the ink back into the pad, to make sure that you get a great image.

I have decorated the envelopes for each card using the same inks and images to co-ordinate.  I do think these cards really suit simple or beginner stamping, don’t you?

This is a really lovely stamp set with some great sayings for sympathy or get well type cards, but not exclusively so.

Make sure that during the Sale-A-Bration period you place your orders so that you can qualify for something free every time.  There is a wonderful selection of stamp sets and accessories to choose from.  If you don’t have a demonstrator and you live in Australia, please contact me so we can organise to get the catalogues to you.

Bye for now,

Kris

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