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Day Five - Twelve Days of Christmas

On the fifth day of Christmas my true love sent to me, five pink & purple inkpads!

Well, actually one of them was Bashful Blue, but the others were Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, Wisteria Wonder and Perfect Plum so by the time you brayered them all together, it was pretty hard to pick out the Bashful Blue!

Brayered Silhouette Card

The card is Gloss White, and I have masked the white spot by punching a circle from sticky notes.

After the brayering comes the really fun part - selecting a lovely silhouette design stamp, inking it up with Jet Black Stazon, and stamping away!

Brayered Silhouette Card (1)

Funnily enough, I don't have photo of a finished card here, but I can tell you, then base card was black and there was a length of the lovely white Organza Ribbon from Stampin' Up! attached to the front and the gorgeous greeting stamp "Believe" from the Snowflake Soiree stamp set. Love that font!

I made 13-14 of these altogether - with a bit of help from stamping buddy Barbara who stamped the flower image in pinks and purples on the white card insert.

Well, day six tomorrow and I am going to be cutting out stacks more of my angels for angel banners, so why don't I show you some photos of that? See you then!


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Mary Kelly

Looking very pretty Kathryn. How lucky you are to have a stamping buddy.

Kathryn Ruddick

Thanks Mary, yes that's certainly one of the perks of being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator - 5 years now of collecting totally awesome stamping friends.
My life is so blessed by all these talented and creative people I find myself surrounded with :o)

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