I swear I can feel the tropical breeze and smell the pineapples every time I use these stamps from Rubber Stamp Plantation, located in beautiful Hawai’i. I recently received some new images from Plantation owner Debra and have been having a grand time playing. In this post I showed some of the pieces I impatiently stamped. This week I put them together.
This paper, from the Basic Grey Soleil set, fit perfectly with the RSP stamps! The images were both embossed with black. The fruit bowl was colored using Ranger Distress Markers. I added some Liquid Pearl gold dimensional paint to the hearts in the aloha.
Again, the paper is from Basic Grey Soleil; the sentiment from Hero Arts, white embossed on black and cut out with a rectangular die from Lifestyle Crafts. The RSP image was black embossed on a scrap of background paper I made a while ago using Distress Stains on my craft sheet.
Here’s one more (using the same background paper for the RSP image):
And one more….
Sweet little tags. The food tray (RS Plantation) was embossed in black on a red scrap, cut out, then run through my Xyron “baby X” adhesive machine. I used a stylus to burnish around the edges of the cut out image to avoid getting extra hanging adhesive strings. (All stamped images from Hero Arts; black/white tape from Elmer’s.)
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