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Category Archives: Thanksgiving
New Impression Obsession Challenge – Autumn Colors
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I used E21137 Pumpkin Spice Kitty and D21149 Greeting for today’s card. I stamped the Pumpkin Spice Kitty with my MISTI and then colored with markers and cut out. I painted a smear of white acrylic paint onto my card, let dry and then stamped my sentiment. I added the kitty image on top.
Pumpkin Spice Kitty
Welcome to the Thankful for the MISTI Blog Hop!
Comment on all the blogs along the way for chance to win two MISTIs (your choice of original or Mini) – one to for you, and one to your friend or relative that YOU are thankful for. Comment through Sunday on all blogs on the hop, and winners will be notified on Monday.
Why I am thankful for my MISTI …
Perfect placement of sentiments every single time.
No more hunting for the correct sized block.
The ability to restamp in exactly the same place to get a nice solid image,
Chickens like the MISTI too.
I inked up my leaf stamps in orange (Spiced Marmalade) and then tapped in a bit of deep red Aged Mahogany) ink randomly before stamping. Because it was on watercolor I needed to stamp more than once to get a nice solid image. I kept going stamping leaves until I had framed the sentiment.
I finished my card by adding some gold metallic tape from Hobby Tape under the sentiment words and adhering the panel to a kraft card base.