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A Quiet Meadow Thinking of You

I finally put ink to the Quiet Meadow stamp set and inspired by the sketch challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments. I wanted to make a monochromatic card and decided to use Polished Pink. The background was sponged with Polished Pink and Fresh Freesia. The flower images, text and sentiment were stamped with Polished Pink. The splatters were stamped with Crumb Cake. I die cut the images using the coordinating dies. The flower I fussy cut and sponged color then used Wink of Stella all over the flower.

Here’s the sketch that inspired my card. Visit Hand Stamped Sentiments for more inspiration from the design team.

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Quiet Meadow Thinking of You Card

Card Size:  5.50″ H x 4.25″ W

Stamp Sets/Bundle: Quiet Meadow and Meadow dies

Paper:  Card stock: Basic White, Shimmer White, Crumb Cake

Ink: Polished Pink and Fresh Freesia

Accessories: Wink of Stella, 2021-2023 In Color Jewels, Blending Brushes

One Response

  1. Woo hoo, Genny – a pink celebration! What perfect details, too – so much depth!

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