Friday, 5 February 2016

Stipple Rose

I saw this card on Darnell's blog and just had to have that stunning rose stamp, found one on ebay and paid way too much shipping to justify the price of the stamp, but I really needed it : )
I inked the stamp with distress markers then cut the image out with a hardly-used Spellbinders die set.

Cardstock - pink card blank, white
Stamp - Stampin' Up Stipple Rose
Ink - Ranger Tim Holtz Worn Lipstick and Shabby Shutters Distress Markers
Dies - Spellbinders Regal Frame
Tools - Sizzix Big Shot
Adhesives - Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue, foam tape
Other - sentiment sticker

Mod Squad Challenge - Hearts and/or Flowers
Bizzy Becs February Challenge -  Anything Goes

Thanks for looking, comments welcome.



  1. I can see why you wanted this stamp. Love the water colors effect and the perfect die border. Thanks for playing in the Mod Squad Challenge this week.
    Barbara, Mod Squad Challenge host.

  2. The rose stamp is lovely and I like how you colored it up with markers. Your dies are so pretty too! Great card!


  3. Beautiful Project Jenny 😍
    Thanks for playing in the BIZZY BECS STOR BLOG
    DT MEL

  4. Hi Jenny! This is such a beautiful rose and the die cuts really frame it perfectly. Thanks so much for joining my challenge this week :)

    Jeannie T.
    Dragonfly Journeys

  5. Your card is beutiful and I love what you've done with the lovely stamp. Of cause you needed it. Barbxx

  6. Thank you for the shoutout, Jenny! I agree, I think it was worth it and I love what you've done with it! This card is so beautiful!! Maybe we'll bring it back into popularity and make what's old new again!! Hugs, Darnell

  7. Beautiful card,Jenny.Love the dies and the fabulous stamp.


  8. Oh, Jenny this rose lover here can so relate to your NEED of this stamp.
    A gorgeous card and great stomping and use of a little use die, am your latest member :)
    Shaz in Oz.x #15

    {Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

  9. Wow, this is beautiful! Great stamping job on the roses. I was never sure what one would do with those super-fancy Spellbinders dies, but they really work here. Great job. I saw it on the daily marker.