Can you believe Happiness Shared is retiring at the end of this month? It's the most beautiful set and I for one am not ready to let it go! Anyway, I started by stamping the script background from French Foliage over a mask I'd made out of the Happiness Shared rose, then I used my stamp-a-majig to stamp the rose into the space left by the mask.
Pretty in Pink and Pink Pirouette crayons were used to colour the rose petals with So Saffron for the centre, while the leaves were coloured in Wild Wasabi and Certainly Celery. I used an aquapainter to blend the colours and highlighted with Pear Pizzazz and More Mustard markers when it was dry. I'm quite pleased with the translucent chalky effect.
This lovely sentiment is from my Tea Shoppe set.
Here's what you'll need to make this card
Stamps: Happiness Shared (retiring), French Foliage, Tea Shoppe (not available)
Ink: Early Espresso, Basic Grey
Card stock: Crumb Cake
Other: Watercolour Wonder crayons in Subtles, markers, stamp-a-majig
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My daughter attended her first day of sixth form looking like a supermodel yesterday while my youngest son broke my heart by setting off with a huge bag on his back looking no bigger than my thumb! He bounced back home though and told us he'd had a great day, so of course I needn't have worried at all. My eldest son got an extra day off, to his deep satisfaction, and spent the first half of it in his
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