Hello Splat Attack… and a chance to SAVE at AnnaBelle Stamps! !

Back today with a card for AnnaBelle Stamps where we are playing with one of our new stamp sets Splat Attack and the best part is that you can SAVE 20% on this stunning set!

I decided not to go with the ‘splat’ idea for this card as I thought it would be too obvious, so I just played with some fab coloured inks and made a pattern instead.  Gotta say this card is incredibly different to the original version I had in my mind and it looked at the bin more than once lol, but I think I saved it, you can let me know.

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You still have time to join us with our current challenge, you can find the deets HERE!  Thanks for stopping by, hope you have a great weekend.

I would also like to share this card with the Anything Goes challenge this week at Simon Says Stamp.


Other Supplies:  Cardstock – Bazzill – Sea Salt. Vellum. Inks – Versamark. Hero Arts – Soft Apricot, Pale Tomato, Butter Bar. Zing Embossing Powder – Aqua. Heat tool. Bigshot. Nesties – Standard Circles – Large.

19 thoughts on “Hello Splat Attack… and a chance to SAVE at AnnaBelle Stamps! !

  1. Seriously, this is amazing! I love the multi-tone stamping of the chevron pattern, and all that white space…and those colours!
    I totally get that though – when it doesn’t match what you were kind of thinking, it’s hard to let go & appreciate what you actually made. But this is stunning!

  2. I think your card is gorgeous, Therese! The color combo on your chevrons is so pretty, and your vellum butterfly is stunning! Don’t know what you had in mind beforehand, but this card is just perfect!

  3. Gorgeous butterfly! and I love this color combo! One of these days I need to make a vellum butterfly 🙂

  4. It’s a definite save! Love the cut out window with the pattern of chevrons inside. The gorge butterfly of course is just the icing:)

  5. Wow you lined that arrow stamp up brilliantly to make the chevron pattern and what pretty colours too :0) this stamp set looks so versatile.
    Jenny x

  6. Certainly not bin worthy. I think the butterfly is a great touch. I’ve been trying my hand at chevron stamping with this stamp as well…not as easy as I had hoped!

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