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Favorite Retiring set- Creative Inking Blog Hop

This month with our Creative Inking Blog Hop we are sharing  our favorite  retiring stamp set.

Drum Roll Please.... mine is

Love and Sympathy

 I love the flower in this set. I do use it for sympathy cards but I also use it for everyday occasion cards too. This flower can be used with so many techniques. Today I am going to share one with you.


 I stamped my flower image with a Versa mark  pad then used white embossing powder. After heating up the powder I used a dauber with Marina Mist ink and added color over the embossed image. This is so neat cuz the embossed image just pops out.


Next I layered this unto Marina Mist cardstock. The next layer is Night of Navy and I used the Beautifully Baroque embossing folder with my Big Shot.

Then I put the on a Marina Mist cardstock, then I tied a knot using the Organza Ribbon. Then I added the flower image to the card using dimensionals to pop it up a bit.

Then onto the Whisper White cardstock base.

Hope you enjoyed my card and please share your favorite stamp set with me.

Don't forget this stamp set Love and Sympathy is retiring this month so you better grab it better it is gone.





Still Stamping With Sue

Great technique to make a beautiful card, Lisa!!!

Susan K

Passing through on the blog hop and wanted to sat I love this! It would be a comfort in time of sorrow. I'll be back later!

Phyllis Shepherd

What a beautiful card!!!! This card would certainly help with the sadness.

Lynn Streifert

I agree with you Lisa- love this set and love your card!

Linda Bauwin

Lovely card. Thanks for sharing.

Diane Evans

Very nice card Lisa.

kristine lutrario

Very nice, Lisa!

Colleen Vassos

I used this stamp set a lot-Love the new way to use it. What a calming card this would be to receive-thanks Lisa!

Lisa Bowell

I am happy you like the card. I am going to miss this stamp set.

Lisa Bowell

So happy you like the card. Come back and visit soon. I will be sharing some new catalog ideas.

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