#simplestamping using the Tasteful Touches stamp set

Tuesday 23 June 2020 Bridgwater, UK

I've been #simplestamping with yet another new stamp set. 

The stamp set is called Tasteful Touches and I've only used two stamps for the cards I'm sharing with you today. 

Plus, the sentiment fonts are so lovely, don't you think? 

There are lots of gorgeous cards created using the Tasteful Touches stamp set on Pinterest. Check out and follow my Pinterest board showing cards I've pinned, made using products from the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue 2020 - 2021 by clicking here. To see cards made with this product suite, click here.

In fact, why not come over and join my Stampin' Up! Group Board that I set up today!! Make sure you invite your friends too! Click on the image below and start pinning.

You can pin your own papercraft cards or projects. You can even repin cards made by others! 

You don't need to be a demonstrator to collaborate on this board. You can pin anything you like, as long as it's been created with Stampin' Up! products. They can be old or new projects, created with retired or current products. 

To create this card, I've stamped feathers in Smoky Slate and Pretty Peacock / Blackberry Bliss, being careful not to overlap the images. Then I stamped over the feathers in Versamark Ink and applied silver embossing powder, before heat embossing. 

I like in this card how the feathers appear to be 'falling' - this was not at all planned (although hindsight is wonderful thing) 

To assemble the card, I added a strip of silver foil to separate the stamping from the white space on the card, then I stamped the sentiment 'Just saying hello' and heat embossed it in silver.

I am entering these cards into the TGIF challenge #TGIFC269. I definitely qualify as I have created my own patterned paper, as set out in the brief below. 

So that's it! No punches, no die cutting, no patterned paper, no ribbon or embellishments... 

My next post will feature cards I made following an idea I had when creating these cards... love a happy accident! 

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