Beautiful on Repeat

Hi friends! It's been a whirlwind week for me and I just realized I never posted this little card I made last weekend.  I was super inspired by Lori's little tip on her hop post about using the MISTI to line up repeating images and just had to try it out. 


I love the look of second and third generation stamping (stamping once, then again without reapplying ink), and decided to test out her little alignment trick with this technique.  So I inked up the beautiful sentiment from Beautiful Things in rich razzleberry, stamped it, then moved my paper down 3/4" and stamped again, then another 3/4" move and the third stamping. Love the different shades I got from just the one inking.

For the bottom portion, I stamped the make beautiful things sentiment, adding the YOU to the top, then added a second generation stamping of the flower off the side.  The rich razzleberry panel is stamped randomly with the same flower, then I distressed the edges and added a seam binding bow, tucking in some vellum cut leaves using the Beautiful Flowers Die Set.  Super easy and lots of fun.  I hope it inspires you!

Alrighty, thanks so much for stopping by.  A long awaited box of Verve restocks appeared on my doorstep last night, so I have a day filled with packaging stamps ahead of me.  {happy sigh}

Enabler's List
Stamps:  Beautiful Things (Verve Stamps)
Paper: rich razzleberry (SU!), vellum, white
Ink: rich razzleberry (SU!)
Accessories: Beautiful Flowers Die Set (A Cut Above by VERVE), frosted lace stickles (Ranger), pear pizazz seam binding (SU!), paper distresser, MISTI

3 comments

  1. Oh, Julee, I LOVE the generation stamping of "beautiful" and the lovely shades you got! And what a beautiful layout with a tall card and that luscious bow! Love it! Hugs!

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  2. One of my favorite colour combos and the generational stamping looks AMAZING. Gorgeous card!!

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  3. Gorgeous card, Julee! Love the rich colors!

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