All that new rubber was just staring me in the face, begging to be inked up. So I busted out the rubber mounting scissors and went to work, lol. I made 2 more cards using "The World Over" stamp set, so you can get a peek at what each of the stamps look like. The first card is with the adorable little people stamp. I stamped them on Whisper White, using Basic Black ink, and then used the stamp-a-ma-jig to line up and stamp them again, creating a circle. I colored them in with Stampin' Write Markers, sponged the edges with Brocade Blue ink and then mounted them a piece of Basic Black cardstock. The card base was created with Creamy Caramel cardstock, stamped with the Weathered Background stamp in Versamark ink. I then added a scrap of black, under a scrap of Brocade Blue that was stamped in Brocade Blue ink with the Print Pattern Background stamp. I mounted the stamped kids on top and two rich regals brads completed the card.
The second card is made with the flowers stamp. Again, I stamped it in Basic Black on Whisper White and colored them in with Stampin' Write Markers. I added some Dazzling Diamonds glitter to the flowers with a 2-way glue pen and then mounted it on a piece of Pixie Pink cardstock. I mounted this on a piece of Apricot Appeal cardstock that was stamped with the Floral Background stamp in the same ink. I tore two of the edges and then mounted that on a piece of Bashful Blue cardstock. The cardbase is a 5 1/4 square of Whisper White cardstock (which if you have never used, is AmaZing!)...Anyhow, two small Certainly Celery buttons tied with some blue gingham ribbon and adhered with some mini glue dots, completed this card.
I hope you enjoyed the sampling of this AWESOME stamp set, and if you haven't earned it already, you should consider hosting your own Stampin' Up party so you can earn this set for FREE!!!