Some more cards I made with the Stamp of Approval Collection

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Stamp of Approval WeekIt’s starting to be a Stamp of Approval week here. But it’s just so much fun to play with that box. I try to make something different next time, promised. πŸ™‚

For the first two cards I started with using the amazing stencil again. I took two pieces of white card stock and spread Dreamweaver embossing paste over them. Then I set them aside to dry. Now I took a third piece of card stock and blended Fossilized Amber and Candied Apple to create a sunset like scene. Now I used the Winnie & Walter circle stamps to create a cute pattern in the middle of the distressed background. But instead of leaving it like it was, I cut it directly in the middle. Scary? Yes! But it had to be done πŸ˜‰ I actually wanted to heat emboss the “Happy Birthday” sentiment in white, but the embossing powder I used was clear. Who would have known (it didn’t say clear on the packaging…). Anyway, I still liked it, so I popped it up on black card stock and adhered everything together.

Btw, I have the idea from Catherine Pooler’s Pinterest account.

Little Birthday MonsterFor the third card I used an image that I colored a few days ago. I found that little monster as a freebie on Jessa Feig’s blog. Go check it out, she has a lot of fun stuff over there.

For this card I randomly stamped the circles in MFT Orange Zest and Simon Says Stamp Rosie Cheeks. Then I added some inlays, stamped in MFT Poppy and Simon Says Stamp Teeny Bikini. Now I added some the circle sayings, again stamped in Versafine, and finished it up with some stars in the blank spots. I die-cut the panel using the wonky stitched rectangles from MFT and adhered it a little crooked to the card base. I was thinking back and forth, if I should add a bigger sentiment, but decided to leave it as is at the end.

These are my cards made with the latest Stamp of Approval collection. I hope you enjoyed my Stamp of Approval week and consider joining with Catherine Pooler’s next collection.

In case you missed the first two articles, here is the unboxing video and here are the first three cards I made.

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