Well, it's been almost a week and I hadn't posted a single card using the Love What You Do Stamp Set. I know. Crazy, right? Today's card CASE's the one on page 48 of the 2018-2019 Annual Catalog. You're welcome to play along with us each week. Simply makeover the card (pictured below). You can change a lot, a little or make the card just as it is in the catalog. Then post it to the Facebook thread. We can’t wait to see your cards. You can use the following hashtag if you post your card elsewhere on Facebook #CASEingtuesday152
When I was stamping my card last night, I couldn't figure out what was wrong with my new Petal Pink in pad. Both the watercolor background and flowers are stamped in Petal Pink, but just look at those colors; it's not it at all. It looks much more 'red' than pink.
I think what happened was at my Super Saturday class earlier this month, we had both the watercolor stamps in Lovely Lipstick and Petal Pink and the stamp may not have been cleaned quite as well as it should have. Remember, it's so important to make sure you clean your stamps, either with the new Simply Shammy or Stampin' Scrub, especially with some of these new very subtle lighter colors. You really don't want to be doing any sort of color transfer into these soft shades.
If it does happen, it's an easy fix. Simply use a lint-free paper towel and soak up all the ink out of the ink pad. You will go through several towels. Be sure to throw them away where the dog can't pull them out of the trash. (Don't ask me know I know this!) Once you've soaked up all the ink, you can use your reinker to reink the pad. Good as new!
Base: So Saffron, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Layer 1: Garden Impressions Designer Series Paper
Layer 2: Whisper White, 3" x 3"
Layer 3: Petal Pink, 3" strip punched with Decorative Ribbon Boarder Punch
Layer 4: So Saffron, punched with 1 3/8" Scallop Circle Punch
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