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How to Plant a Garden

I love collage stamps!  I love the look of different layers and the opportunity to use different colors with one stamp. So I was very excited to see one included in the Garden Shed Jumbo stamps. I also like how you can use this bigger panel to cover the surface of smaller cards. Pan Pastels are a perfect art medium to use with these stamps. You can blend and shade different portions of the image.
This card was created using the Can You Case It? sketch.
Club Scrap papers, stamps. K&Co. butterfly. Pan Pastel. Cuttlebug embossing folder.


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  1. Layering stamps has never been my strong point, but this looks FABULOUS and you made it look so easy! It all goes together seamlessly! Thanks for joining us at CYCI this week, Lisa! ~Amber

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  2. The stamp really is perfect for your card. I love how you blended everything together :)
    Thanks for joining us at this week's CYCI challenge - Josefine

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  3. Love the blending and softness of the background you made, Lisa! Beautiful! Thanks for playing along this week with CYCI! ~Crystal

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  4. WOW... Oh how I love this stamp... so fun. I love collage stamps! Thanks for joining us at CYCI--Christine

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  5. Beautiful colors Lisa and the blending is so soft and subtle.

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  6. Awesome card!! Love the collage look. Thank you for playing with us at CYCI? this week. Char

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  7. wow! Such a wonderful background! You did a beautiful job! Thanks for joining us at Can You Case It? --Elizabeth Jeanne (Happy Stamper)

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