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Best Grandkid Ever

July 5, 2021

How fun is this stamp set Hats Off. I saw a post on a demonstrator only page where Laura Seki shared an idea. She wanted to make a camouflage background and used the fill images from the Dressed to Impress stamp set to create the background. I decided to try it to day to create a boy and a girl card using the Hats Off stamp set. I started with Smoky Slate card and added the largest fill image from the Dressed to Impress stamp set using Smoky Slate ink. I added the second largest fill image from the Dressed to Impress stamp set using Gray Granite ink.

I added the smallest fill image from the Dressed to Impress stamp set using Basic Gray ink. I cut out the card using the hat die from the Hats Builder Dies. I embossed Very Vanilla card using the Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder and attached it to Scored and folded Basic Gray card. I attached the hat to the top of the embossed panel.

I stamped the #1 image from the Hats Off stamp set onto Smoky Slate card using Basic Gray ink. I die the #1 using the co-ordinating Hats Builder Die and attached it to the hat. I stamped the greeting from the A Grand Kid stamp set onto Very Vanilla card using Basic Gray ink. I cut out the greeting using the Stitched Rectangle Dies and attached it to Basic Gray card also cut using the Stitched Rectangle Dies. I attached the greeting to the card front using dimensionals. To decorate the inside of the card I stamped another greeting from the A Grand Kid stamp set using Basic Gray ink. I cut the small hat using the Hats Builder Dies from the left over piece I used for the large hat and attached it next to the greeting.

To create the girl card, I used Petal Pink card and added Petal Pink, Blushing Bride and Calypso Coral ink. The card base is Calypso Coral and the greetings are stamped using Calypso Coral ink.

I am so happy with the way these turned out and I can’t thank Laura enough for sharing her idea.

Bye for now,

Kris

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