Hi there! I must be thinking of warm Spring days by the colors I chose for today's card.
Lately, I have been fascinated with all of the things you can do with background stamps. Sometimes, I think they get overlooked. I know I have quite a few and don't use them as often as I should. Watch out, I might be going through a new phase!
I embossed this beautiful Flyaway Coverall stamp from Gourmet Rubber Stamps with Versamark Ink/White Embossing powder. Using sponge daubers I applied three colors of Distress Inks in random sections. I used Tombow Mono Adhesive Dots to adhere the Flyaway panel to a Light Aqua panel and then Tombow Power Tabs to adhere the Lt. Aqua panel to a Mint colored card. Power Tabs can be a nice alternative to Tombow Foam Tabs when you want a little less lift than you would get from the foam tabs.
The Something Incredible sentiment is stamped with Distress ink onto white cardstock and layered to a Mint label diecut and then popped up onto the image panel with Tombow Foam Tabs.