Today is Saturday once again, and time for a new blog post for One Crazy Stamper to showcase another lovely High Hopes Rubber Stamp called Sweet Melody. I stamped the Sweet Melody stamp onto vellum with Tim Holtz Black Soot Distress Ink and colored the image with my Copic Markers. This would be a great stamp to use for the musicians in your life. I am actually a flutist, and have been playing the flute for almost 40 years now. I don't have as many opportunities to play any more, but now and then I do play it at church, or with my group of friends that I perform with sometimes. We primarily sing (in a small group), but like I said, every now and then I get the opportunity to play my flute.
Once I had the image stamped and colored, I attached it to a pink gingham patterned paper on a brown paper bag card base. I also attached some sequins, miniature pearl stickers, washi tapes, and solid green baker's twine. I also used some Silver Stickles on the flute to make it look shiny and silver. The sentiment is a sticker from October Afternoon. It's fun to add little touches here and there to give the card some personality.
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Lovely job, great to have you with us. Awesomeness!ReplyDelete