Amore Laura Fadora: Artsy Flower Parts

Amore Laura Fadora Artsy Flower Parts

Hi friends! Happy Tuesday! Thanks for popping by to check out the latest edition of Laura Bassen‘s Amore, Laura Fadora bi-monthly feature! Love the grey color she used to create the polka dot background? She used our Fog ink color! To complete the look Laura used our very popular Handlettered Encouragement stamp set, Crystal Reflections sequins, and a plethora of Simon ink colors (listed below!) to stamp the Artsy Flower Parts stamps with. Be sure to watch the video and enjoy!

 

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Amore Laura Fadora Artsy Flower Parts

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  1. I love that your resin ring matches the card!! Your viddies are such fun Laura and you are mighty talented.

  2. Fun artsy card. I love the soft background and pops of two tone colors for the flowers. Yes Kristina has awesome hand writing and so awesome she shares with us so we can create beautiful cards which yours is. Thanks for the video.

  3. I love, love, love this card! The dotted background is so much fun. I never do backgrounds and I should. I have a few background stamps and I don’t use them much. I love how this looks. As for the colors and using 2 colors on one stamp, I love that too! My cards look so colorful all the time. I just did a Hydrangea and I made the Hydrangea’s multi colored. Now I know Hydrangea’s aren’t those colors but I don’t care, that is what I thought of when I saw this stamp. Who knows, God might invent a Hydrangea in my colors. Hey, it could happen! For now I am into colors, colors and more colors and your card fills the bill.

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