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Hi, again! Now that I am looking at it, I think I used the Island Indigo at full strength and also stamped it off once and used it as a 2nd generation (lighter) shade. I didn't use Bashful Blue on this sample, but I have used it before for seashell cards. The card base was Sahara Sand -- I forgot to mention that earlier. Have a great day!
Hi, Michelle! I made the seashell card a while back, but I think the colors I used were Island Indigo, Early Espresso, River Rock (now retired), Crumb Cake, and Bashful Blue (also now retired). I did the Faux Silk technique where you stamp onto a piece of tissue paper, crumple up, then smooth out (but leave some wrinkles in the tissue paper) and then adhere onto a piece of Whisper White card stock. I used a glue stick to apply glue to the piece of WW, then laid the un-crumpled stamped tissue paper on top, then pressed the tissue paper onto the WW. Make sure your piece of tissue is slightly larger than your piece of WW to start with then trim off the excess once you glue it down to the WW. Clear as mud, right? Thanks so much for looking at my samples! I also have a blog -- stampinallnight.blogspot.com. Visiting Australia is on my bucket list! Hello from Maryland! Nancy
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Thanks Michelle, I think it was the His & Hers Washi tape cards that bumped me up
No, it is a number 14 (119863) - Oval Large. Thanks anyway, Michelle.
No plenty more photos to come yet. So time consuming adding them though.