Did you know that you can sell your artistic creations that use Stampin’ Up! products? All you need is an “Angel Policy” stamp with the Stampin’ Up! copyright somewhere on the project. One of my favorite Angel Policy stamps is Crafting Forever, a stamp set in the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog.
Crafting Forever is ideal for cards for other crafters and artists, but it also includes a copyright stamp. I love this set, because it’s “colorable.” It’s perfect for our Stampin’ Write Markers, Stampin’ Blends, and Watercolor Pencils. Or you can just stamp a colorful background, and then stamp the image over it. Either a dark ink or embossing would cause the image to really pop over the background.
I used the Stampin’ Snips with the “…cut out to be friends” sentiment. (Disclaimer: Yes, I did fussy cut the paper snips with, um, paper snips. Not my best effort, because I was hurrying so I could help Miss Amelia paint her horses.)
I used Basic Black and Smoky Slate Stampin’ Write markers to color the scissors. I added a bit of Clear Wink of Stella over the blades. The Designer Series Paper is the beautiful black and white Petal Passion Designer Series Paper from the 2018 Stampin’ Up! Occasions Catalog. It coordinates with the Petal Palette stamp set and is part of the Petal Passion Suite. Besides the stamps and DSP, the suite inludes embellishments, ribbon, embossing folders, coordinating thinlits for the stamps, and a Memories & More card pack. You can see the entire suite here.
One more note about the DSP. You can leave it black and white, or you can color some (or all) of the elements. I colored the flowers on this piece with a Wisteria Wonder Stampin’ Write Marker to pull in the Wisteria Wonder layer and the Elegant Eggplant sentiment.
Here’s another card I made with the Crafting Forever set. I used Stampin’ Blends on this card, and you can read about it here.
Here’s one more that I made using an Aqua Painter and Classic Stampin’ Pads. Obviously I like that little container of brushes and tools. Here’s the original post for this one.
It’s fun to get such totally different “looks” using different media.
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