Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Hello Stars

How do you do my lovelies?

A while ago I purchased some gorgeous Avery Elle stamps and haven't had chance to have a play with them. So on Sunday, I did just that...had a play. I also used the sumptuous pigment ink pads from Avery Elle for all the stamping.



What you need...

Stamps: Oh Yeah - Avery Elle
Ink pads: Aquamarine, Cherry, Fizz, Lemon Grass, Mimosa, Sapphire, Sugar Plum - Avery Elle
Card stock: white, black
Ribbon: black
Self-adhesive pearls: rainbow colours
Post-it® notes
Adhesives

What you do...

Stamp the speech bubble section in Lemon Grass and the 'hello' centrally above it in Aquamarine. Following the edge of the speech bubble, mask off around the card with Post-it® notes. 

Start with Cherry ink and stamp randomly placed stars up the card in the order of the rainbow; finishing at the top with Sugar Plum.

Trim the stamped card to the desired size. Create a top fold blank in black card (I did 10.5cm x 15cm) and adhere the stamped panel centrally.

Wrap and tie black ribbon around the top and finish with a coloured gem on one each of the coloured stars.

Here is that gorgeous set of stamps...

Oh Yeah - Avery Elle

There are so many possibilities with this set, I love the little arrow ends so that you can make any of the words into arrows - so cute!

Right! That's me for now. Back to commissions now :o) Thanks for calling by and see you soon. xx

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P.S. Don't forget to enter your lovely makes in the Cosmic Colours Challenge #3. Click on the colour swatch in the side bar to take you to the challenge rules and linky.

2 comments:

  1. Hi Colette, hope you are well and that the chickens are laying well for you ;) Love this card and the stamp set you have used is fabulous. I have been looking at the Avery Elle stamp pads myself as the colours look really bright and intense, think I an going to have to give them a go now I have seen the results!
    Hugs
    Dawn x

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Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. I really appreciate it - Colette xx