I Like You

Stampin' Up!, I Like You

This is a new hostess set, “I Like You.”  Now, you have to understand that Mike & I went to see the local summer music theatre production of Man of La Mancha a few weeks ago, so whenever I see that stamp set, I hear this.

I do like this new set, though!  This is another example of one of this month’s techniques for class – “Bokeh.”  It’s going to go to my aunt who just had hip replacement surgery.  But, since I need it for class, she may be healed before she gets it.  Maybe I’d better make a duplicate!

I colored the flowers with Blendabilities markers – and you can purchase them today!  Selected colors are available.  Here’s a great video showing how to use them – and the artist uses this stamp set.  (Too bad I didn’t watch it before I colored this, right??)

I’m really loving the new Venetian crochet trim.  It’s so pretty and vintage.  The sentiment is from “And Many More,” and I punched a Bitty Butterfly, because it just needed something in that corner.

I need to add a disclaimer here.  If you come to technique class, we won’t be using this flower for the card.  We’ll probably punch or use die cuts.  I find “fussy cutting” therapeutic, believe it or not.  But not everyone feels that way.  So we won’t be cutting.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy.  Have a wonderful day!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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