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These are great!

Love this set, Stacey!

Project - Stamping A to Z : Inkadinkado Starry Night
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Project - Stamping A to Z : Inkadinkado Starry Night
by slsattler
posted 10/18/11
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Stamping

Hello Peas! How wonderful is this Two Peas Stamping A to Z [twopeasinabucket.com] event?!?
I am LOVING seeing all of the wonderful projects and products being highlighted! My wallet has been begging for mercy ;)

Today I am showcasing the letter ‘I’.
'I' is for Inkadinkado!
Inkadinkado [twopeasinabucket.com] is a stamp company that has hundreds of images. Something for everyone–pretty, funky, cute, holiday…and so much more!

Today I am sharing one of my favorite Inkadinkado stamps with you. It's the Starry Night [twopeasinabucket.com] background stamp. I created 3 cards using this background stamp.

Photo 2-'you are a star'- I used aqua acrylic paint on my stamp–putting the paint on with a sponge brush. I stamped a white sheet of paper. When dry, I traced a shaped journaling spot I had in my stash. I inked the edges with blue, spritzed a little mist on it, then added a strip of patterned paper, Lily Bee [twopeasinabucket.com] letter stickers and a few punched stars.

Photo 3-The base of this card is Doodlebug [twopeasinabucket.com]. I stamped and heat embossed (with green), then trimmed the paper to size. I used a border punch along the bottom. I added an older Heidi Swapp journaling circle spot-which I had dripped mist onto. Finally, I stamped another white cardstock sheet with Jenni Bowlin Chicken Feed [twopeasinabucket.com] and used my Silhouette to cut out the star. I wrapped with twine, added a button, and adhered with pop dots.

Photo 3- The final project I created is a little envelope [twopeasinabucket.com] to keep Campbell's birthday party ideas in :) I simply stamped the envelope with the star stamp–using pink acrylic paint.I used a bit of leftover stamped paper for the scallop detail on the flap. Finally, I created a little tag for the envelope and attached 2 tiny photos I had of Campbell dressing up.

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