Monday, April 30, 2018

Enamel Dots and Hero Arts Ombre Ink Pads

By a delightful coincidence, I had enamel dots that matched one of my Hero Arts ombre ink pads.

You have no idea how this delighted me.

Or perhaps you do.

Actually, I expect you do have an idea of how much this delighted me. You are, after all, a stamper who knows the struggle of things not matching.



Anyway, here's the card.

The stamp comes from Papertrey's Ombre Builders and was inked and stamped twice...with a rotation of 180 degrees between stamping so the fat lines were in the center and the narrow lines came out top and bottom. The sentiment (Papertrey's Wet Paint die) is actually three layers of die cuts glued together for more dimension.

So let's sing the praises of things matching and know that it's a blessing that doesn't come around very often unless you are a StampinUp demonstrator. Then, I imagine it's pretty easy, actually.

Mercy, grace, peace, and love,

stamps: Papertrey Ombre Builders
ink: Hero Arts meadow ombre ink 
paper: Papertrey white
accessories: enamel dots, Papertrey Wet Paint die, glue pen

1 comment:

  1. The happy accident of embellishments matching something does indeed bring a big grin! Had to share that your mention of StampinUp brought to mind a bygone memory of you posting a picture of your stack of colored paper just received! It's a;ways interesting to remember where we have come from in our creative journey. Love the card!
    Lu C


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