How cool is this?

My New Stampscapes arrived last week but I was too busy to play (darn it all) but today I had a chance and it was Sooooooo much fun. This is my second go. They are so quick and easy to get really cool results. I just need a bush plant to cover where I put too much green on the bottom of the mountains, I'll add it to the list.

The bottom one is the very first one that I did - It is on normal card so the colours aren't as vibrant and it's too long to fit on a normal size card and I don't want to trim it down. But I love it too.

I think I'm going to love everything that the stampscapes stamps can do!
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New MIL card

I've been over to the ISC blog and saw this sketch which was just perfect for my MIL - I think this is a much nicer and brighter card for her, so the butterfly card from earlier now goes to my sister's friend. This was a fun easy sketch with spellbiners circle dies. All of the stamps come from the "about me" ISC sheet. The dandelion head was stamped onto the red circle with white emboss powder and then the flower stamped with distress ink mustard seed and fired brick was layered over the top. I also just happenned to have the perfect ribbon in my stash. I was going to pleat it a little but this one was just too busy. The background paper was from my stash from a few years ago and was cuttlebugged with the the divine swirls and stylised daiseys folders. I was going to add a "happy birthday" sentiment with peelcraft stickers - but decided that I liked it just as it was. - Thanks ISC.
edit: we went out for tea this evening and she loved the card. woohoo.
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beautiful butterflies

Oh my goodness it's been soooooo long. I thought it was time I added something to my poor neglected blog.
this is a card made for the MIL. It was a backgound that I had prepared during a class I was taking and I liked that the colour was almost like a sky blue, so what else to add but some butterflies flitting about.
All Stamps are Rubbadubbadoo - birthday block and monarch
All inks are kaleidacolor - blue breeze and desert heat.
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