Birthday White Space

The final day of My Favorite Things Summer School is about white space. I enjoyed the lesson.

https://mftstamps.com/blogs/news/summer-school-2020-day-5

I used the Happy Birthday Script die from MFT. I had a bit of issue with this as I kept losing the dot of the “i” so I finally went to my embellishments and found a pink pearl. That was perfect for the save of the dot. The pink paper is Stampin’Up Pink Pirouette, which I blended the lightest ink I own onto it, Gina K Designs Innocent Pink. The flower is from Everything’s Rosy by Sunny Studio. This was the first time I inked this set, so I looked on the Sunny Studio blog and they have a chart for using the set. The rose has 5 layers, so I used the following colors: GKD Innocent Pink for layer A, Bubblegum Pink for layer B, Lawn Fawn Guava for layer C, GKD Passionate Pink for Layer D, and GKD Lipstick for Layer E. There are only 3 layers to the leaf and I used GKD Jelly Bean Green, Grass Green, and Fresh Asparagus for the layers. I cut both images with matching dies.

I enjoyed stamp school. It has been enjoyable to find items in my stash that haven’t been used in a long time or never used.

8 thoughts on “Birthday White Space

  1. Beautiful CAS card. love the flower and those darned dots always get lost but the pearl finishes it off.

    1. I had the dot, lost it, cut another one, had it a gain and immediately lost it. That was when I decided to let it go and find something to take the place. Thanks!

  2. Great job on this Lisa! I love that beautiful flower. Your dotting the “i” with a pearl is perfect. It’s always difficult to glue those tiny little pieces and get them in place, so that’s a great idea.

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