Guest Designer: Amy Kolling

Hi everyone!  Amy Kolling here for my second guest post this month.  Spring is definitely here where I live so bringing out all the flowers I have from The Ton, Fresh Cut Tulips was at the top of my list!
Fresh Cut Tulips
This is a wonderful layering stamp set that just gets more beautiful as you stamp the layers!  I started with a trimmed down white panel where I began stamping my tulips in yellow, pink, and berry colors of ink from my stash.  The back of the stamp set packaging gives you a helpful guide to follow when stamping the various layers.  I masked off the middle flower to stamp the ones on either side.  The stems were stamped in shades of green and really made the tulips come to life!
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For a sentiment, I decided to go bold and black because I really wanted it to stand out from the tulips.  My sentiment, from Thanks a Bunch, was stamped in Versafine Onyx Black ink.  I layered my tulip panel onto some Stone cardstock instead of white that I would normally do.  Just give the layer a different look!  For embellishments, I added a variety of clear sequins with Multi Matte Medium.
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Thanks so much for joining me here today!

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