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Market Street Sneak Peek!!

Hello, all! So glad you could make it for this month's Market Street Stamps Sneak Peek. I had so much fun making this card. Angelica is so talented and it is such a pleasure to use her stamps.
I made the background using Ranger's Alcohol Inks. This is my most favorite technique ever. I can sit down and make these backgrounds for hours, working with all of the different colors and variations. There are several tutorials out there, but if anyone is interested let me know and I can do a video.
This stamp worked perfectly to put on the background. I then layered a couple of ribbons for some texture, and added the button to finish of the card.
I can't wait for you to see the rest of the sneaks!
Make sure you stop by the Market Street Stamps blog often for updates and directions on where to go next, and the other fabulous ladies from the design team's blogs (they are listed over on the right hand side) to see the amazing projects that they have made using the stamps that are being released this month. There are 3 of us doing sneak peeks each night until Thursday when we have the January Release Blog Hop where each each of us will do a "Designer's Choice." The sets will go on sale at midnight on January 27th on the website here, and there will be plenty of chances to win some of the new sets!
Also, don't forget to use the promo code dobea15 to get 15% off of your order until the end of the month!!!

Card Recipe
Stamps: Market Street Stamps {Celebrate Cake}
Inks:  Ranger Adirondack Alcohol Inks, Ranger Archival Ink 
Ribbon: unknown
Button: stash
Twine: unknown

Comments

  1. SO pretty, DoBea! The ribbons compliment the background perfectly!

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  2. so cute! I absolutely love the combination of colors.

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  3. Love that background! Great job!

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  4. DoBea! I love the background paper, this turned out so pretty!
    -Samantha

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  5. LOVE it!! The colors are GREAT with that technique!!

    Hugs,
    Tanya
    freddylswillima@windstream.net

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