Amazing Work of Art!!!

The New Catalog is here! That means NEW stamps and accessories and paper and dies and embellishments and IDEAS!

Confession: I would have never looked twice at this stamp set – Work of Art

…BUT Stampin’ Up gave it to me for FREE at the New Catalog Premiere and I LOVE LOVE LOVE (a million more) it!!!! I have played this this set in so many ways and with so many colors. So just order yours now by clicking here and sit back and read my blog daily because A LOT more samples will be shown! Today I thought I would start off with quick and simple cards!

Work of Art Notecards, www.LaurasStampPad.com

Check these out! All you need is a package (or 5) of Notecards and Envelopes and a few stamp pads! I used the NEW In-Colors – Blackberry Bliss, Hello Honey, Lost Lagoon, Mossy Meadow and Tangelo Twist! These colors are deep yet vibrant! I love the Purple (Blackberry Bliss) and the Yellow (Hello Honey) goes really well with Blackberry Bliss. As for the rest, the more I play with them the more I love them! For all of the cards above I used the 5 In-Colors and the Work of Art Stamp Set. I used all of the images and had so much fun! Many times, you see that I inked up the stamp and then stamped 2-3 or 4 times before going back to the ink. I love that Ombre effect that it gives and I love how it looks so soft or arty or some word I can’t seem to come up with! I decorated each of the envelopes to match the Notecard which is super cute I think. I did have fun with that Blackberry Bliss plaid look (Hello, future man card! My farming family wears lots of plaid!)!

I hope you enjoyed these amazing cards and be on the lookout for many many more because this set is just too much fun to put in the drawer!!! Also, don’t forget about my NEW CATALOG GIVEAWAY, Click here!

Happy Stampin!

~Laura


4 thoughts on “Amazing Work of Art!!!

    • It’s crazy how the more you play with a set or see samples, how much you REALLY fall in love with it!

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