Friday, April 6, 2012

Stampin'Up! Stamping with Clear Block for Background

 Hi Friends
    Well today we are on are way back home from a few days in Chandler Arizona. We left Tuesday so it was a quick trip. Got time with the family and yes got some SUN my vitamin D that I love so much. I have my lap top with but busy with the family so if you e-mail me and didn't answer yet I will by Saturday and if you don't have a answer please e-mail me again I must have delete it by mistake with my phone.
I would like to say a BIG THANK YOU to all who left a comment or e-mail about Nika graduation picture and invite/favor. You really put a big smiles on her face with all the lovely comments...every time one would get on my phone I would let her read it and she was ahhhhhh your stamper friends are so ice to ME! Again my stamper friends we call you my family away from home and now we have the blog family. You are so nice to take the time to send lovely comments and encouragement THANK YOU! PS Many ask for a video on the OWL I will have the video made next week so mid April it will be up on blog.
Okay back to business about the video today it's a quick way to add color to your background and perfect to use detail stamp that you don't want to color the image just add the background and it look great. The stamp set that I use for this one is Creative Elements on page 137. Voila this is it for today and till next time HAppy stamping!



France Martin
France Martin

So in short I'm a child of God, a wife, a mom, sister (4 girls in my family no brother but many brother in law), love the outdoor and YES a Stampin'Up! demo of 13 plus years and still counting. That is me in a nut shell.

7 comments:

  1. Ooo I like your cards and idea of using the block.

    Ter ;)

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  2. Those are so pretty!! I did a card for a swap that had 3 diagonal block B stamps with a flower stamped inside like you did. I found it I stamped the block down then gave a tiny twist to it, it held the shape, but gave me better coverage. I will try the foam under the CS.

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  3. Waouh your cards are wonderful, I like them.

    Marie - France

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  4. Thanks for these wonderful cards !
    Sylvie

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  5. Thanks so much, what quick way for a great card. Hugs n' Stuff, Lynne

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  6. Beautiful cards...love the use of the clear block.

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  7. I love this method. I am new to your blog and I really like the style of your cards. Thanks!

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