The Perfect Blend

Hi all! I’m back on the a2Z Scrapbooking blog to show you how I made a perfect blend of 3 different digital stamps to create this sunflower mug. I used the sunflower from Hero Arts  “Painted Petals” digi stamp and a plain mug from Sugartree Stamp’s “Hug in a Mug” digi stamp set.

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So I hope you’ll pop over to the a2z Scrapbooking blog to see how I made it. I even shared a video of how I did the digital editing to combine the 3 stamps together! We’re also having a DT call so if you’re interested, make sure you hop right on over!

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Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend!

Hugs,

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I’m also sharing this at:

the flower challenge.jpgThe Flower Challenge – One layer card

thru the purple haze.jpgThrough the Purple Haze – CAS

papercraftPapercraft challenge – Summer

paper shelter.jpgThe Paper Shelter – Digital Image

ssswchallengeSimon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge – Food or Drinks

 

 

6 thoughts on “The Perfect Blend

  1. Love the flowers cup card, I have recently got the Graphik paint pens but am struggling with control, especially if I’m colouring a stamped image. Any tips, Chrissie xxxx

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  2. The tea served in this mug tastes so summery.
    Thank you for sharing this cheerful card at our challenge. I hope to see you again at our next challenge.

    -xiss- Renate.
    (DT Papercrfat Challenges)

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  3. Love this beautiful CAS design! The flowers are so beautifully colored and I really love the elegant curves of cup . Love your design idea on this. Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

    Marge
    ××

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