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New Market Street!!

Here is a new card using a couple of Market Street Stamps new background stamps. I used Bit of Burlap and Perfectly Pretty Grid. I wanted the distressed look with the Bit of Burlap, so I randomly pounced my ink pad on the stamp, then stamped on the orange cardstock with it. I think it turned it out even better than what I was hoping for. On the green cardstock I randomly stamped bits of the Perfectly Pretty Grid around the edges. And of course the robot is Robo Star, also from Market Street Stamps. The yellow patterned paper is from Cosmo Cricket. The twine up on top is from The Twinery. I totally heart the the colors that they have in stock. I have been using it on just about everything I am making these days.


In the close up, I hope that you can see that I used the Atyou Spica markers. It adds the perfect amount of glimmer in the small places. I also used Copics to fill in the star and the area around it and layered the yellow Spica on the star.

More projects using Market Streets newest stamps are coming, so keep your eyes peeled. Thanks for looking!

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