Focus: Thoughts & Reminders

by Tasnim


Today we are focusing on the set Thoughts & Reminders

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Creative Ideas:

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The sentiments from this set are a perfect addition to a beautiful background. On this card, I used a watercolor paper and painted some free-hand botanical silhouettes. I stamped the sentiment on a piece of white 2″ x 2″ card stock and adhered with foam tape. Finally I adhered the whole panel to a white card base.
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The sentiments work great by themselves as well. For this card, I embossed the sentiment in white on a piece of textured aqua card stock. Next I splattered some gold color shine, and covered all the droplets with gold glitter.
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You can pair these sentiments with any other stamp set that you own. In this card, I used stamps from our Hennah Elements set. I masked the flowers and stamped the sentiment with black pigment ink. The flowers were colored with Copic markers.
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For this card I used one of our skylines from the Sketchy Cities America set. After stamping the skyline, I masked it off and applied some blue ink to the bottom potion using a sponge applicator. I also traced the sentiment with a grey Copic marker in order to give an illusion of depth.
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On my last card I did some simple stamping. After stamping the sentiment, I used the circle stamp from our Simple Shapes set to add a little color to this card.
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Here is a gorgeous card from Jen. She used some pattern papers to create the rainbow and clouds, which were adhered with foam tape. The sequins were then adhered underneath the rainbow. I think this sentiment looks perfect paired with a rainbow!
Hope you enjoyed our stamp highlight today! Make sure to check our members' flickr gallery and add your projects there!

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