5.21.2013

Stamp Highlight: Filigree

Today's Stamp Highlight is Filigree and it looks like you are all loving it as much as I do! I love that it is a versatile doily image that works both complete or incomplete or just using the center image works great too (scroll down!). I love the sentiment treatment which is perfect for this delicate looking design. This one is going down as one of my all time faves. What about you?

Filigree

Our designers are back to show you their gorgeous cards using this set! They really knocked it out of the ballpark!

Alice Wertz clear embossed the doilies and created a watercolor background to showcase the intricacy of the doily design.


Cheiron Brandon created this stunning gem using white embossing and pearl accents. Kraft + white is always lovely!


Wow! JJ Bolton used pearlescent gold pigment powder to create an image that glows.


Mariana Grigsby used only the center of the doily to create this pretty card. Looks like little medallions and love the accents.

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Lea Lawson created this rainbow ombre effect card. We love the little touches like the glitter border and pretty sequins.


Savannah O'Gwynnwas inspired by a Japanese soda drink for this card-- she used the scalloped filigree stamp for the bottom design. Great color combo!





Before I go, I wanna announce the Stampede winners...

Congratulations

Kim Heggins

Gilu J

Angeline Tan

Please contact us within 48 hours to claim your prizes, ladies! :)

7 comments:

  1. Gorgeous cards Ladies! This is my favorite stamp set too!! I have been playing with it myself! LOVE it!! :) Congrats to the winners of the stampede!!

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  2. Your DT girls are so talented! Love this set!

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  3. I love this set, and the DT have worked magic with it! I'll be bringing this set home VERY soon. ;-)

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  4. this set is a must have. What gorgeous, gorgeous cards.

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  5. I loooove this set so much! It is just stunning - and the DT projects are beautiful

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  6. Thanks for the inspiration!

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