SIP#1 – Stamp Ink & Paper

By | June 10, 2015

Hi there, how’s the week going for you? I’m sitting here watching the CMT Music Award show red carpet show waiting for the show to start. Looking forward to seeing some of my favorite country artists perform, that includes Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood. For Carrie it’s her first performance since having her baby earlier this year.

Today’s card is for a new Challenge blog that started this week – Stamp Ink Paper or SIP for short. This blog is lead by Justin Krieger (a very talented crafter) and a group of additional talented paper crafters, make sure to check out the blog. Their first challenge is a Card Makers Choice – using your favorites (stamps, ink & paper). For me what to use came rather easy, one of my go to stamp sets from Stampin Up is Butterfly Basics and I’ve been dabbling around with the new Watercolor Wings Bundle (stamp set with matching Bold Butterfly Framelits).


Started with a card base of Sahara Sand and layered a variety of images from the Butterfly Basics stamp set and the type looking circles from Kinda Eclectic. Next using the Watercolor Wings stamp set I stamped the butterfly using daubbers and ink pads – Crushed Curry, Watermelon Wonder & Elegant Eggplant for coloring.  Used the new Bold Butterfly Framelit first, then die cut a Crushed Curry butterfly from Butterflies Thinlits, matched them up and glued them together. Butterfly is attached with glue dots and rhinestones add a little bling. For something different I stamped Happy Birthday vertical instead of horizontal and added a rhinestone.

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3 thoughts on “SIP#1 – Stamp Ink & Paper

  1. Maggie Mata

    I love butterflies and your card just steals my heart. Thank you for joiningour first card challenge at Stamp Ink Paper.

  2. Carolyn Lindenmayer

    This is one of my most versatile and favourite stamp sets, Karen. I love your pretty combination here. Thanks for joining us this week at SIP. Carolyn xx

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