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Friday, July 29, 2016

So Suzy - Eleanor Roosevelt

 Hi Everyone,

I am up on the So Suzy blog today with another card I made with those wonderful sentiment stamps So Suzy carries. this one is by Eleanor Roosevelt:

As you can see, this is a real easy card. I took the stencil and first stenciled in white pigment ink. Then I move it a smidgen and stenciled with pink ink, using more ink at the bottom than at the top, giving you an ombre effect. The sentiment was a bit difficult to read, so I added some white gel pen to the letters to make them stick out more.

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A strip of gold striped Washi tape on top and voila - the card is finished!

Hope you liked this!
Happy Stamping!


Suchi said...


conil said...

You've done it again...as I pick myself up off the floor to take another gander at this extraordinary card, I say to myself, "Self, how come your work never is this amazing". Just beautifully done and highlighting the sentiment was pure genius.

Patti said...

WOW! beautiful!! the way you colored your stencil really adds dimension! I didn't realize at first that it was a lone layer card! beautiful! : )