Stamping Fun with Tuesday Trigger

Serene

I made this card inspired by the Tuesday trigger at Moxie Fab World. However, I must confess, I made about five cards before I was satisfied with the alignment of my stamping!! They didn’t go to waste though. They are good Thank You cards, just weren’t good enough for the perfectionist me :/ For example, the one before this one had the right bottom leaf a hair closer to the “s”, and as a result, the sentiment looked unbalanced! then the one before that was just like this one except the leaves were grainier…which happens when your are stamping solid areas with dye inks. And the others with similar minor mishaps…ever wish you had an undo button while stamping? 😀

I used a Wplus9 stamp to make the plaid strip, and a Hero Arts leaf stamp for the foliage. The sentiment is from Fiskars. and here is the trigger photo which I already shared in the previous post:

Thanks for visiting!

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6 responses

  1. This is very very pretty, love the fun accents!! Also been perusing your blog and you do lovely work. Now following you on Google Reader. 🙂 Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my Runway entry!

  2. Love how you’ve incorporated the yellow in this one, Tasnim! It’s such a well-balanced design. And I also appreciate that you finished the other cards that you didn’t post … sometimes I get frustrated and just start on the next one if I’m not happy with it. I should be finishing them, too!

  3. Hey again, Tasnim! Thanks for linking this up to this week’s Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I’m so glad you joined in on all the fun! 🙂

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