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Stippled Blossoms and Doing the Two Step

It is useless to resist!   That is how I have been feeling lately about so many of the sets in the Stampin' Up! catalog.  The set Stippled Blossoms is one that I initially decided that I did not need but somehow it made its way to my house.   I do not regret it for a minute.  I love how easy it is to make beautiful flowers and that I do not have to be too precise while two-stepping.  There are sets that are less forgiving and you really need to be careful while two-stepping but that is not the case with this set.    I love that!  

The layout for this card is from a challenge on the Technostamper blog.  I changed the sketch just a little primarily because I forgot to look at her sketch before I cut the paper!  My memory definitely cannot be trusted.

Stippled blossoms in cherry cobbler

Stamps: Stippled Blossoms, Blooming with Kindness
Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Basic Black
Paper: Very Vanilla, Basic Black
Big Shot: Vintage Wallpaper folder, Lots of Tags Sizzlits
Extras: Black Taffeta ribbon 

You will be seeing more of this set!  I am embarrassed to say that I have a few (cough) new sets and I decided that I needed to spend some time using each one of them so they all get used and I do not end up with sets that get overlooked and uninked.  

Have a great day and check out the Technostamper challenge and play along too!  I would love to see what you are stamping.  If you need the Stippled Blossoms set or any of the other supplies I used, let me know and I would be happy to help you make that happen!


Mary Jo Price-Williams

Yep, I was not going to get this one either, but alas, I do have it, lol! And I agree, it is a very forgiving and beautifully easy set to work with. I love your card. Awesome. Thanks so much for playing along with my sketch challenge this week!

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