Mar 1, 2013 | Uncategorized | 1 comment

I think I gasped  the first time I saw the Swallowtail stamp!! It is gorgeous!  It was one of the first stamps I ordered in the Spring Catalog – but I didn’t “ink it up” til last week!!  Now I love it even more than when I first saw it!!!

It stamps so nicely – especially with our new style of ink pads.  They are the best! 

I used the En Francais background stamp and just lightly inked it – I was hoping for a more “muted” look with the background.  I used Midnight Muse ink for the Swallowtail, added a little peek of doily at the side, one of the flowers from the flower trim bolt (sponged with some crumb cake ink)  and a snip of midnight muse ribbon. 

This card comes together pretty quickly – my favorite kind of card!

Supplies Used In this Card:
Stamps- Swallowtail, French Script
Ink – Midnight Muse and Crumb Cake
Card stock – Midnight Muse, Whisper White, Crumb Cake
Extras – Midnight Muse Stitched Ribbon, Paper Doily, Flower Trim

Here’s a similar card made with different colors – basic black, crumb cake and very vanilla card stock.  For this card, I also added stamps from Amazing Family stamp set.

and here is the inside –

Let me know if you have questions on this card, or if you would like to order products click Here

Stampin’ Up! announced a new product offering today – Photopolymer stamps – they are totally clear -add them to one of our clear blocks and you will get perfect placement of your stamps! 

Here’s the Link to View The Flyer 

The first offering is called  Designer Type – item #132956 and only $13.95 for 57 pieces! 

Thanks for stopping by today and have a great weekend! 

1 Comment

  1. Crafts by Heidi

    I absolutely love this card!!! I hope you don't mind that I case it for my class this month!!


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