10/18 Stampin' Down Memory Lane

We just got back from a long weekend at the cabin. I had fun with Steve and the kids and some stampin' fun, too . . . "just playing" with my stamps. This set was from 2004 and it was called, "Hope Is." I think it was a special set created in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I made a few cards with this design to sell at an Holiday Craft Fair later this month.
I outlined the edge of my main panel by taking my ink pad and edging it directly onto the panel. It makes a nice, kind of "artsy smear." To make this panel pop even more from the busy background paper that I found in my "stash", I layered it over a slightly larger panel of card stock vellum.
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Stamps: Hope Is (retired)
Paper: Very Vanilla (101650), Card Stock Vellum (101856)
Ink: Ruby Red (102259)
Accessories: 5/8" Chocolate Chip Grosgrain Ribbon (109051)
Adhesives: Tombow Multi Purpose Glue (110755), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)
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Christine said…
Wow, Kay! What a beautiful card and beautiful stamp set! Such a great idea, going down memory lane with retired sets...I always find it fun seeing what people do with all the retired sets; makes me want the stamp set!!!

Thanks for sharing your beautiful work!