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Bud basics

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I love using Wheels in my stamping. They make the whole process a lot quicker and easier. I can whip up around 10 cards in 1/2 an hour using a wheel……and a co-ordinating stampset makes the whole process even more fun! For this card I have used the Bud Basics stamp set and the matching Stampin’ around Basics Outline wheel from the Summer Mini catalogue. With two-step stamping, you can just switch out the colours and your project can take on a whole new look. I have used the “stamping off” technique with the flower images. Instead of re inking, I twisted them around and stamped again over the original image to give a two-toned look. With the two-step stamping sets, you don’t have to be spot on with lining things up…….I actually prefer to eyeball my placement of the images rather than use a stamp positioner……..gotta love the rustic look! For the greeting, I reached for the very versatile Lots of Thoughts stamp set, which is available for free with qualifying orders until the end of February. I used a Chocolate Chip Stampin’ Write marker to isolate the words I wanted to use on my card.
Inks: Basic Brown cartridge, Regal Rose, Certainly Celery, Tempting Turquoise, Cool Carribbean, Chocolate Chip.
Card stock: Regal Rose, Cool Carribbean, Whisper White
All products used available for purchase through me, Vanessa Webb, Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, sandvwebb@bigpond.com.au.
It has been an exciting month with several new members joining my Inky Fingers team and taking advantage of the discount on the starter kit and the free stamp set on offer during the first two months of 2008. If you are still pondering the idea yourself, why not give me a call ? You have until the end of February to take advantage of the special offers available to new demonstrators and what a great way to start your new year……….. with a new business!

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