IM55 – Lasting Lily


Happy Monday everyone! Hope you are ready to be inspired!  What a cool color combo…

I just HAD to use the Lasting Lily SAB set!

Here’s the details…

  • Berry Burst – 4 1/4 x 11 folded
  • Soft Seafoam – 3 7/8 x 5 1/8, add to card front
  • Whisper White – 3 3/4 x 5 – cut out the doily, add to card front
  • Whisper White – stamp small and large lilies in Berry Burst, stems and leaves in Garden Green, cut out add to card front
  • Share What You Love dsp  Razzleberry Striped print – 1/4 x 3 1/2
  • Powder Pink – 3/4 x 2 3/4, stamp greeting using Memento Black, cut into banner, add on top of striped print, add to card front using dimensionals

LOVE the new doily builder thinlits!

Looking for some fun treat ideas? Well…do we have a collection for you!

“Hey Love” is a FUN and whimsical stamp set just perfect for Valentines and not just for kids! We LOVE the SIX little treat boxes we’ve come up with for our Hey Love Valentine Treat Box Collection!!! Just TOO “Stinkin’ Sweet”! In this Hey Love Collection, you’ll get the tutorials for SIX great treat boxes all designed by Connie and Mary! Find the details HERE!

Don’t forget to head over to Create with Connie and Mary to see Connie’s GREAT project!

Set(s): Lasting Lily
Paper: Whisper White, Berry Blast, Soft Seafoam, Powder Pink, Share What You Love DSP
Ink: Memento Black, Berry Burst, Garden Green
Other: Doily Builder Thinlits, Dimensionals

Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!


7 thoughts on “IM55 – Lasting Lily”

  1. Good morning Mary.  What a beautiful card.  Just love the Lasting Lily.  Can be used for so many occasions.  Thanks for sharing.Maureen Wheatley

  2. Mary,
    Did you use a dauber to ink up the lily ?
    Heard there were some problems inking this image .
    Love your card, beautiful layout.

    1. Marge – I have found that it best if I use a spoon to move some of the ink off of a section of my ink pad and then ink the stamp there. You can use your pad, just make sure it is not super juicy.

  3. I cannot seem to get a really good image with this stamp set – definitely can’t see the design. What am I doing wrong?

    1. I find that you need to have a less juicy pad. With the new pads, I use the back of a plastic spoon to move the ink to the sides to make the area where I am going to ink less juicy. I get a much better image that way.

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