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Link: Paper Trufflez: MOO HOOOOOO!!!.

I’ve been in a slump lately.  Does that ever happen to you?  Probably not.  =)  May I ask. HOW did you do the pink heart for the owls?  It looks like a stamp!  TFS. –Tracy C.

Everybody faces creative stumbling blocks at one time or another–hang in there!  I hope it encourages you to know that while I upload my more successful creations, there were plenty of unsuccessful ones that hit the "circular file" during the process. *wink*

The heart was done by punching a very large heart (an old button-style Mega Marvy Uchida punch) through a piece of vellum card stock, and using the reverse as a "mortise" mask or "stencil".  Rouge Chalk Ink was gently sponged to fill in the heart, taking care to keep the center very faint, where I planned to stamp the owls . The owls themselves were not masked–that would have been way too much work around the branch/leaves area. *wink*

Where did the "i love you to the moon and back" stamp come from?  That is my dh’s favorite saying and I would love to get it  Thanks–Pat N

That sentiment, and all the images used in those particular card designs, is from A Muse Artstamp‘s recent Valentine Release.  I’d be surprised if your local stamp store doesn’t carry it, but, if not try this:  A Muse 08 Valentine Release

Just scroll down, and you’ll find it in the section called "Page 2". *grin*

HTH!

 

2 Comments
  1. Me too! Looks fab!

  2. Hi Julie!
    Thanks SO much for taking the time to answer my question. I can’t wait to try this technique out. Smiles, Tracy

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