This card was created using the sketch challenge 297 from Mojo Monday. Yesterday I posted a video showing how to make the Creped Filter Paper Flowers and today I will show you how to color the flowers. The creped filter paper hast the look of tissue paper with the strength of card stock. It is so easy to color the paper to match any paper crafting project you are working on. Stampin' Up! Classic Ink Pads and Paper come in 52 awesome colors. I am sure you will find a favorite or two among them.
One of my customers said she buy only Stampin' Up! ink pads, cardstock, patterned paper, ribbons and accessories because they all match. No more guessing and spending time running from store to store to find something to match. It is a huge time saver, but more than saving time when you are finished making a card it looks professional.
Making a hand stamped card is still on of my favorite things to do. I will celebrate 15 years as a Stampin' Up! demonstrator this summer, and I still get excited every time a create on of my own cards. Lots of fun ideas on Pinterest to case. A Sketch Challenge really helps me come up with my own ideas and gets my creative mojo going. Have you ever tried a card challenge? I would love to hear how you are inspired and what gets your Mojo going, please share a comment with me how you get creative!
Stamp Sets: Really Good Greetings (130330 Wood Mount) (130333 Clear Mount)
Paper: Island Indigo (122923), Whisper White (100730), Melon Mambo (115320), Creped Filter Paper (129393), Gingham Garden Designer Paper (129310)
Ink: Island Indigo (126986)
Other: Needlepoint Border Embossing Folder (129383), Fancy Fan Embossing Folder (127751), Glimmer Brads Bright (121006)