Monday, October 20, 2014

Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps Monday Inspiration.

Hello and welcome to another Prickley Pear Rubber Stamp Monday Inspiration post!

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Today I am sharing a card using all Prickley Pear dies:


  I have seen Brenda (tessaduck at SCS) use the inlay technique often but until Dina created a tutorial I had never given it a try before.  I played along with Julie's fun HYCCT1420 challenge. I am very close to being right on track with HYCCT and at the end of the month I will send out a box of over 31 cards to be used by family, friends and patients.

We have more projects to share with you so I hope you will stop by Prickley Pear Rubber stamps blog  and view the lovely designs my teammates have created this week!

Thanks for stopping by.

7 comments:

  1. Angie - what a great ornament - another thing to try!
    Really great work on the HYCCT cards. Well done

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  2. Angie I love this tecnique. It turned out beautiful. We may need to FaceTime and you can teach me. :)

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  3. ingenious! Lovely use of dies...clean and simple at it's best! Great card!

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  4. Oh, Angie, I saw this on SCS and absolutely love it! What a great job you did on this card with the inlaid die technique, and how wonderful that you are keeping up with the HYCCT challenges! Hugs, sweet friend!

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  5. Lovely use of the dies, Angie!!! Beautiful colour and a lovely bow!!! Such a pretty card!!!

    Hugz

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  6. Beautiful card Angie! Lovin' the vintage ornament!

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  7. Awesome card Angie. Love that inlay look - I have never tried it but love how it came out. Great die and love the bow! I am so impressed you have done all the HYCCT challenges - that is really sweet of you. It is a worthy cause! Hugz

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