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You’re the Coolest!

Hi Friends! kel here today to share a fun card for a teenage boy using THREE different Kat Scrappiness stamp sets!

I’m using the new Swatches stamp setEvery Day Brush Strokes stamp set, and the sentiment is from the Punny Snacks stamp set! I just couldn’t help myself! It worked out SOOOO perfectly together.

This card was SO MUCH FUN. I wanted to make something for my oldest (14) to thank him for stepping up and taking on extra chores without complaint. The “without complaint” was the thing I thought needed to be rewarded! I used the one splotch from the Swatches stamp set and both splotches from the Every Day Brush Strokes stamp set, stamping them out in different colors from a variety of Lawn Fawn ink cube sets, particularly the Tropical, GazeboTea Party, and County Fair ink cube sets. I’ve even listed out the colors at the end of this post so you know *exactly* which were used because they look so nice together!! I then stamped out the “you’re the coolest” sentiment from the Punny Snacks stamp set with my Memento black ink pad at the bottom of the splotches.

I stamped out some stars from the Swatches stamp set on a scrap piece of paper using complementary colors from the Lawn Fawn ink cube sets and then cut them out (which was totally easy to do because it was all straight lines lol!). I popped up on some of the stars on 3d squares and tried to stagger them within the ink splotches. SO happy with how this one came together!


Ink colors used:
Stars: Dark Grey (Hippo from Tropical pack), Almost Black (Storm Cloud from County Fair pack), Dark Teal (Merman from Gazebo pack)
Splotches: Light Grey (Manatee from Gazebo pack), Green (Celery Stick from Tea Party pack), Orange (Carrot from Tropical pack), Light Teal (Mermaid from Tropical pack)

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lovies, =o) kel

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1 Comment

  • Reply Gayle Bartholomew

    I always have problems with creating masculine cards. This one is great. Thanks for the inspiration.

    04/20/2018 at 5:47 AM
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