Addicted to Stamps and More #146 Anything Goes

Hello all!

I’m back with another Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge...our theme this week is anything goes.  Up for grabs is a $10 gift certificate from our sponsor, STAMPlorations, this week:
The floral image has been colored with Twinkling H20s and then outlined with a white gel pen. And, just had to add that smattering of sequins 🙂
Here’s what I used:
Paper:  Simon Says Stamp
Ink:  archival jet black
Stamps:  Altenew
All the other stuff:  Big Shot Pro, Reverse Confetti tag die, white gel pen, foam tape, sequins, adhesive, Twinkling H20s, waterbrush
Check out what the rest of this amazing Design Team has for you this week and join in the fun!  And, there’s also information on the Design Team call for the July to December 2015 term.  
Back soon with more my sweet friends…

20 thoughts on “Addicted to Stamps and More #146 Anything Goes”

  1. When I saw this card on the Admin blog, I couldn't wait to stop by to tell you how much I love it, Lee-Anne! Fabulous stamping with your Twinkling H2O's and the tag is amazing!

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  2. Love the color fade on your tag, a favorite technique I like from another card you did a while back. Beautiful with the Twinkling H20s and those white dots. Haven't seen anyone use Twinkling H20s for a while now. I love them. As always, in love with your artwork! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. LOVE your design Lee-Anne. So creative to have the same image on the tag as on the background. Very cool how you've designed this. The white dots really add a lot too. xx

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  4. Your Twinkling H2O painted Altenew flowers are stunning! The popped up tag adds such impact! Gorgeous…and thank you for reminding me that my Twinkling H2Os really need a play date!
    Hugs~c

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