February 18, 2012

Mind The Love Gap

Since I have the privilege of being a guest designer, I get to participate in this month's Designer Blog Hop. I was thrilled at the London theme, as these two stamp sets Loverly London and London Underground have taken over as my new favs. I cannot stress enough how wonderfully detailed these stamps are, and the images are so unique and fun! You can use these on so many different themes besides a London one, as I have sort of done on my card titled "Mind The Love Gap".
All the background sentiment stamping was done in Tea Dye Distress Ink, and London images on the gold cardstock, were stamped in Mustard Seed. All of the rest of the AO images were stamped in Walnut Stain Distress Ink and then heat embossed with Vintage Photo Distress Embossing Powder. I thought this SteamPunk Debutante Graphic 45 paper really set off the stamped images beautifully. The Maya Road chipboard pieces were so fun to stamp and embellish on. This would be a perfect card for your significant other or for an anniversary. 
Don't forget to visit all the other designer's projects on this blog hop as well. They are all absolutely wonderful! This group is heavy on the talent! And...it's not too late to enter the February Referral Challenge "shades of  red". I hope you have a wonderful inky Saturday crafters!
Anita Houston, Guest Designer

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