kissing wild rose

a msue studio birthday card

Can you see the subtle paisley pattern in the roses?  It’s a kissing technique that we learned in my technique trio class.  FUN isn’t it?   I just love to find more uses for supplies and tools I already have.  The paisley is a Cuttlebug embossing folder that I have had for years.  I just inked the inside of the folder with Watermelon A Muse Studio Ink.  Then I pressed the rose stamp on the folder after inking it up with Shell A Muse Studio Ink.  A super simple technique that adds a new twist to old tools.  Check out the calendar page for more info about my classes.

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Stamps:  A Muse Studio Wild Rose
Paper: A Muse Studio Lichen, Shell, Sugar and French Roast Woodgrain
Ink: A Muse Studio Shell, Watermelon, Lichen, Rialto, and French Roast
Accessories: A Muse Studio Not Your Grandma’s Bag of Buttons French Roast, French Roast Bakers Twine, Spellbinders Nestabilities Circle and Scallop Circle, Cuttlebug Perfectly Paisley Embossing Folders.


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beautiful! love that stamp!

What a great technique. I really like how this card came out. On my list of try this!



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