The 1st time I created a background using stamps was in Christmas card class I took that was taught by Caroline Lebel in her studio. The only other times I have created my own background using stamps was during some of the card classes I took with Nicky at Pointer's. When I was at Pointer's taking a class with Nicky, I saw a card she had made for one of her other classes where she had used a stamp to create a background. I love the stamp she used and couldn't resist buying it after my class. I actually bought 2 of them - the negative and the positive. It is a rose and it is beautiful. I don't know who made it.
While I was blog surfing earlier this week, I came across this challenge and I knew that the rose stamps would be perfect for this challenge. I actually had in mind to do a Christmas card for this challenge but I changed my mind when I saw the card that Nicky had made.
Here is my card:
I was quite pleased with the way this card turned out. I couldn't resist adding a few yellow butterflies - the butterfly stamp is from Martha Stewart. I used my Cuttlebug to cut and emboss the sentiment which was stamped on Hollyhock card stock from CTMH. The sentiment stamp is from Magenta, a Canadian Stamp Co. I still need to finish the inside. The pink rose ribbon embellishments are from Michaels.
I hope you like this card as much as I do!
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