Last night, I created 3 beautiful projects using the Bottle Happiness stamp set and coordinating punch. This stamp set has so many possibilities. During my video last night, someone asked how I could do my live with my husband is in the hospital. What you must understand is card making, and the card making community is my bottled up in happiness. Card making is where I find my solace and sanity.
When I first started creating these projects, I wasn’t sure how Highland Heather and Blackberry Bliss would look together, but it is a beautiful combination. Let’s take a look. If you missed last night’s video, you can catch it HERE.
last nights projects
The two rich colors create a gorgeous look to welcome Fall.
The first card shows that you do not have to use the bottles in the stamp set to create a beautiful card. I used just the flowers and secondary lead stamp to create a bouquet of flowers. Check out how the Pear Pizzazz for the leaves changed color just by using a different flower color. I also ran the Basic White layer thru my cut & emboss machine with an embossing folder. Unfortunately, the folder I used has retired. You will also notice that on the inside of the card, I utilized the bottle punch for a fun and different effect.
For the second card, I wanted to introduce the bottles. The bottles are stamped in Blackberry Bliss, Flirty Flaming and the third was stamped in Highland Heather and fussy cut. Did you notice the shadows under the bottles? Those shadows are colored in, so they are grounded and not floating in the air.
Tonight’s 3D project is a small box that holds a message in the bottle. The clear bottle I used was painted with liquid glue mixed with the Highland Heather ink refill. This technique gives the bottle a frosted look.
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