March 28, 2017

More from the Make-a-Medallion Stamp Set

Hello and Happy Tuesday everyone! I really hope you enjoyed last weeks blog hop. I know it wasn't as many of us in it this time as usual, however, many demonstrators are getting ready to head out to the Stampin' Up! event, On Stage. Unfortunately, I'm not able to go this time around...I'm hoping for next time though in November. We'll see, it's always a goal but life has a way of getting in the way some times. This time, it's the real job as the Clinical Informatics nurse, we are going live with our updated documentation system so I need to be here. But that's life, but I think that's why our numbers for the hop where lower because they're busy packing and getting everything caught up so they can be away for a few days. But, I will still be here and I have a great project for you using this awesome Sale-a-bration set, Make a Medallion. I am so LOVING this stamp set. This is one that will remain in my arsenal for years to come!
This time, I paired the soon to be retiring In-Color, Mint Macaron with Island Indigo. I love these colors together. I heat embossed the Thanks sentiment from the stamp set using White embossing powder and Versamark ink, trimmed it down and bannered the ends with my paper snips and popped it up on a dimensional. I fussy cut the Medallion out and layered it onto a Island Indigo circle cut with the 2nd to the larges Stitched Shapes circle die and adhered with dimensionals to the Crumb Cake Banner. The Mint Macaron layer is dry embossed with the Large Polka Dots embossing folder and layered onto a piece of Island Indigo and that is also popped up with dimensionals after wrapping it with Thick White Bakers Twine. 
This card was another fun one to make and encourage you to play with this stamp set and try different color combinations, the options are endless. 
Feel free to leave me a comment and let me know what color combinations you have tried, I would love to hear! Have a great day and happy stamping,
Katrina




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