Monday, May 23, 2016

Blooming Friends!

Carolina here,
Good Morning and welcome High Hopes Fans!
 For today's post I have created a beautiful and fun any occasion card! The stamp I'm using for this card is one of the  newest Spring 2016 Collection called "Blooming Friends"from High Hopes Stamps!

I stamped "Blooming Friends" with Memento Tuxedo black ink and coloured with copic markers. I love to fussy cut my images after I'm done colouring, but you can used the new SVG files and any style Cricut Machine to cut them. To give the shabby look I distressed all edges of the patterned paper with Tim Holtz distress tools, then used a tracing wheel around the edges, white gesso and victorian velvet distress ink from Ranger. I also used texture paste, Victorian Velvet ink and layering stencil (bubble) from Tim Holtz. Copic List: B93 B95 C1 C3 C5 E000 E00 E31 E33 E37 E93 YG11 YG13 V000 W1 W3 W5 and 0

Supplies Used: layering stencil, texture paste, gesso, victorian velvet distress ink, Memento Tuxedo black ink, distress tool, tracing wheel, clear gems, foam tape,Copic markers, white & gold gelly pen,  pattern papers (Fancy That) from MY MIND'S EYE, Spellbinder scalloped dies, S.U Dazzling Linen Thread and S.U White Cardstock.

It's time for our May Challenge. Please join the fun for your chance to win your choice of 2 High Hopes Stamps
We will choose the lucky winner on the last day of the month from one of the comments posted during the month. It's that easy to join the May Challenge!!!

For more details and photos, please visit my blog at
If you are in need of a High Hopes stamp, check out these stores:
One Crazy Stamper based out of Canada


Annie said...

How do you contact the High Hopes stamp company? I have been trying to reach the company for a week, for help with an order, but can't get anyone to respond back to me.

ellyscard creatief said...

Lovely card.

Renae said...

Very cute card!

Mary Nelson said...

Such a sweet card! Love her friend!

Lora Sinkler-Lake said...

Hi Annie: You can reach us at please use the @ sign where we have indicated the word at. We cannot put it in here due to spam

Lora Sinkler-Lake said...

Please see the note below Anni