I decided, after going through all my stamp sets to use Postage Due. This set gave me everything that I needed to complete the card front.
Using markers I inked up the largest stamp from the set and stamped it. By using the markers you are able to colour different sections without blending the colours. Using the same technique I made the little stamps as well.
The background stamp was from Classic Borders. I first cut my green DSP and then marked where the stamp should go. Using a Stamp-a-ma-jig I stamped the border so that it would go under the DSP as well.
I am hoping that I will be able to take part in the colour challenge over at The Play Date Cafe fingers crossed that I am able to get my card in on time.
Hope you like what I have come up with. Now it's your turn. Join in on the fun, and see what the other Great Designers have in store for you at Try Stampin on Tuesday.
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