Hello! Welcome to StampinByHannah today, for a really fun blog hop celebrating all things pride! When I first signed up to do this hop, my first thought was rainbows… but then Rainbows of Happiness retired at the end of May… and so I had a bit of a re-think.
I stuck with the rainbow idea though! I probably need to move the Ray of Light stamp away from my desk, feels like I’m using it on every project at the moment, but it was just too perfect not to use it for this one. I added the rainbow colours to the stamp on at a time using a Blending Brush, and stamped it using my Stamparatus. It has got a bit muddy… but I think it still works. What do you think?
I kept my Stamparatus out to stamp the sentiment from Amazing Phrasing, to make sure it was super black, and finished the card with a trio of black Classic Matte Dots!
Hello! Welcome to StampinByHannah, for an inspire.create.challenge this morning. I absolutely love the colour combination for this week’s challenge, totally inspired by the brand new Storybook Gnomes Designer Series Paper from Stampin’ Up! Now I could have used that paper for this challenge, but no, instead I reached for a Sale-a-bration stamp set I haven’t inked yet; Amazing Phrasing!
For all this colour combination is taken from a pretty Festive paper… it’s really great all year around, and so this week I have a birthday card… but without the Happy Birthday!
I of course, couldn’t not pair Amazing Phrasing with Ray of Light (I am having such fun with this stamp!)… here I used sticky notes to mask off the top and bottom of the card stock panel and then stamped it using my Stamparatus and Pale Papaya ink.
The WooHoo is stamped in Poppy Parade and then fussy cut, but because its a simply enough shape it was really quick to do. The other parts of the sentiment were stamped in Bermuda Bay and Pool Party, and then I used a trio of the Fine Sparkle Adhesive Backed Gems to finish.
Amazing Phrasing is currently available for Free with a spend of £90 during July and August, and you can find the supply list for this cardHERE.
Don’t forget to hop over to the Inspire.Create blog to see what the rest of the Design Team have been up to with this colour combo.