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Project

Hi-Ya! (the Sheepish Edition)

What you will need

  • The Diamond Wallpaper stamping was a bit of a challenge until I remembered that I had a long straight line stamp in my Kitchen Sink Plaid stamp set (stamped in Black Soot Distress Ink). The flowers are from Paper Tray stamp set (stamped in PTI Pure Poppy and Mustard Yellow Distress Ink). The sheep is from the Cricut Imagine More Cards cartridge (for the Imagine) and the Hiya comes from the Say It with Style stamp set. The mat is Vintage Cream and the cardbase is Simply Chartreuse. After watching the class
  • I noticed her stamp mat (which I don't have) so I substituted a piece of 3mm fun foam. The only down side to it is that it has to be scrubbed clean after each use or the ink can transfer to the back of the next thing you stamp. I'm going to try putting it under my non-stick work surface and see if that gives me the extra cushion for stamping and the ease of cleaning I'm accustomed to having.

Q&A with Ohhh Snap

Crochet2 asked:
Where did you find the sheep stamp. I love it
Ohhh Snap answered:
The sheep is made with the "Imagine More" cartridge from Cricut : ). You can get a similar effect by printing a vintage copyright free sheep and fussy cutting it.