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Topflight Stamps - Mothers Day Thank you

Hi Everyone,

It's Topflight Stamps day!
We are celebrating Mothers Day this week. Therefore a Thank You card is in order. There should be really a monthly mother celebration. I am sure you all agree with that having had mothers ourselves or mothered our children and/or spouses!


Darkroom Door has those wonderful sentiment strips that are so versatile. You can use the strip as it is or ink up or perhaps even cut out what you like best or what is most appropriate for your card. I used the Thank you strip, but hey are available for many other occasions, as you can see HERE.

I also used The Darkroom Door Beautiful Blooms stamps on rainbow paper. I inked them up with Versamark and heat embossed them in clear. Did some additional sponging to bring out the flowers a bit better. As you can see, I also flipped the flower panel to have the colors go the other way on the little strip on the side. that balanced out the card.


Here are the stamp supplies I used:
Use code FUNSTAMPING to get 12% discount at Topflight Stamps.


Versafine inkBlending Tool, Prism ink


Linking up with:

Simon Says Monday challenge  - a bit o green


Comments

Beautiful colors, embossed design and a wonderful sentiment panel.
conil said…
OOOH! Those greens and blues are beautiful with that sentiment strip.
Anita in France said…
Lovely blending of those delicious blues and greens, Cornelia ... and fabulous subtle embossing! Hugs, Anita :)
Rosmarie said…
Sehr raffiniert, wie du trotz der großen Blumen den Blick auf den Dankstreifen lenkst! Total schön auch die Farben!

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