Guest Designer Stephanie Washburn!

I am so happy to have Stephanie here guest designing again! Her card is a serious stunner today!
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Good morning! Stephanie here again today to share another project I made with these super cute stamps! I used Fresh Blooms and Just Hello on this card!
 neat and tangled hey girlfriend
I started by creating a bunch of masks of the small and large flowers from Fresh Blooms. I did this by stamping the images onto thin copy paper, cutting them out, and adding a little repositional tape to the back.
I started in the middle and stamped a large flower. I masked that flower and stamped a few more flowers around it. I continued this process, moving the masks around where I needed them, until the entire piece of cardstock was covered in overlapping flowers! LOVE the way it came out- I think it almost looks like patterned paper!
Then, I took out my Copics and colored the background a lavendar/gray color and the flower centers a golden yellow.
I cut the banner shape with my Silhouette Cameo and stamped the sentiment to finish it off!
Thank you SO much for having me as a guest this month! I have had so much fun playing with these stamps and sharing with you! I'd love for you to visit my BLOGor FACEBOOK PAGE!


  1. Oh so LOVELY! GREY...very elegant:)

  2. Very Beautiful!!lovely!TFS

  3. Gorgeous card, Stephanie! Your masking and coloring are absolutely superb!!

  4. Wow! Wonderful masking, Stephanie! What a gorgeous card!

  5. Whoa! What a stunning card! Love it!

  6. Holy guacamole! Fantastic masking and a gorgeous card, Stephanie!

  7. Amazing card! I am so impressed with the masking technique used here. I love the gray and yellow color combination.

  8. Wow, this is gorgeous, the effect with all the masking if fantastic.

  9. *thud* Love this!!! Stephanie rocks it again!! So beautiful. ♥

  10. Steph - amazing! that work with all the masking really paid off. the detail on the panel is amazing! your description doesn't even half describe the labour intensiveness of this!


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