Club Scrap April Artist Team Challenge

Friday, April 28, 2017

Hello, Kraftie Friends!!!

It's time for a little challenge and Blog Hop...the Club Scrap Artist Team was challenged to use Stamped Bouquet Unmounted Stamps in our projects!


Check out the entire Blog Hop to be inspired in different ways!!!

If you came from Debbie's Blog, you're in the right place!
Your next stop is back to Club Scrap's Blog (Karen's Post)...you can also go there for the complete list.

Here's what I created with this beautiful stamp set:


I used the green cardstock for a wreath project and I didn't want to throw the negative away...so, I trimmed it down a little, adhered on the Delft light blue carstock (a little crooked) and added some washi tape.
I stamped the flowers and leaves from Stamped Bouquet Unmounted Stamps in black ink, on different colored cardstocks and cut them out.
Once I decided on the placement, I colored them with Sharpie markers and adhered them on page.
I trimmed a mat for my photo and adhered it on page.
I added some glitter Thickers for my short title and added some journaling with a PITT pen.

This is your last stop! Thanks for hopping with us!
Please, go back to Club Scrap's Blog (Karen's Post) to start over! =)

Challenges:
1. Simon Says Wed: AGoes
2. Word Art Wed #280-#281: AGoes
3. CS April Technique: Paper Flowers


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10 comments

  1. Beautiful wreath on the scrap page, Lilian!

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  2. Oh I love this!!! And love the colors!! So pretty!

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  3. Great use of the negative space, it made a perfect circle LO! Such a beautiful focal image of the statue, I'd take a picture of it every time too. Thanks for sharing Lilian!

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  4. These stamps make such a lovely frame on your page! Love the color combo you chose. TFS!

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  5. Such a beautiful, colorful and eye-catching wreath. Love how it draws your eye to the photo!

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  6. Wow! So bright and beautiful. Love the flower wreath.

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  7. Wowsers! This is beautiful!!!

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  8. Your wreath really help draw the eye to the photo in the center. Terrific job!

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  9. Wow. Love the floral wreath you created.

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Thanks for all your lovely comments! They make my day! =)

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