Here’s the final option for the Card Buffet. This uses the oldest stamp set I own – Lovely as a Tree. I think this set was in the catalog when I became a Stampin’ Up!® demonstrator 9 years ago! It must be everyone’s favorite because it’s still selling strong.
For this one, I used two techniques – masking and reverse masking.
I die cut one of the Apothecary Accents frames with my Big Shot to use as a mask, then sponged Chocolate Chip and Midnight Muse classic ink around the mask. I used the frame part as a reverse mask, then wheeled Music Notes in the open area with Sahara Sand ink. The trees are stamped in Midnight Muse, and I added a little Dazzling Details over them. I thought I used it pretty sparingly, but they still bled a little more than I wanted. I think tomorrow we’ll use a 2-way glue pen with Dazzling Diamonds glitter.
The sentiment is stamped in Chocolate Chip, and it’s from Bells & Boughs.
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