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Monster Love

Happy Friday everyone! Gladys here and I'm back with another card for you today. I used the Monster Love stamp set from My Favorite Things which I intended to make as a Halloween card but turned into a bright and colorful all occasion card. So this is what my card look like:
For my background I distressed it with picked raspberry, cracked pistachio, squeezed lemonade and abandoned coral. The stamp set comes with 5 cute little monster that stamps solid images. I stamped all of them with various MFT inks using the MISTI tool and cut them with the coordinating dies. I loved the sentiments from this stamp set because you can use it for different occasions. I centered the sentiment then heat embossed it with silver embossing powder. I then positioned all the monsters around the sentiment and adhered them using Tombow mono liquid glue. To complete my card panel I added a scallop frame border.
That is all from me today. I enjoyed making this fun and colorful card. I hope you like it! Thank you so much for stopping by. Oh and have a fun and safe Halloween. See you back next week!
 
~Gladys

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  1. What a sweet card, I just love the colours! Have a lovely weekend. Cheers Donna Z :)

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  2. Anyway...I adore this card you've made. I'm a newbie at stamping and saw your card. I wish I could have found this stamp set, but I guess I'm too late
    :( I couldn't find it anywhere. You did a great job!

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  3. Sooooo cute!!! Wish I could find this set, but I guess I'm too late. It's sold out everywhere.

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  4. Oh, this is so lovely. I'm a newbie at stamping. I wish I could find this stamp set, but guess I'm too late. I can't find it anywhere. Oh well, I love the card. It's sooooooooo cute!

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