Today, Melissa Phillips is challenging you to get edgy with your stamping!

“I’m challenging you to switch things up just a bit and stamp along the edge or side of your card for my DT Tips today.  Letting your images hang off the edge is a fun way to change the look of your cards and allows you to use your images in a whole new way.  Stop by my blog to see a few samples of cards I’ve made using this simple technique.”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS: Nesting, Kindness Counts, Stitching Garden
  • INK: Aqua Mist, Sweet Blush, Pale Peony, Fine Linen, Honey Nut, Cocoa Bean, Prairie Grass, Spring Moss, Olive Twist, Summer Sunrise
  • PAPER: Kraft, Rustic Cream
  • DIES: Nesting
  • OTHER: Sunburst Stencil, sequins, seam binding

CLICK HERE to visit Melissa’s blog to see more!

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Join the discussion 4 Comments

  • 1
    Luanne says:

    Melissa, your creativity blows me away. How you mix up multiple stamp sets and techniques are amazing. This card is a perfect example of that, and I love the off the edge look. Thank you!

  • 2
    Catherine Milne says:

    I love how Melissa always seems to combine stamps from 3 or 4 or even 5 different sets to to make her cards.

  • 3
    Cindy says:

    I’ve loved the cards and the gorgeous blends images and colors shown yesterday and today. Melissa has convinced me I need the Gathered Garden dies to go with my set.

  • 4
    Mary Lou Kemp says:

    I can pick your cards out before I even see that you did them. Your technique is so different and wonderful and I just love all the things you make. Todays lesson is such a simple thing to do yet it has a big impact. Love your projects Melissa and so glad you are with such a great company that puts out beautiful stamps and accessories to go with them.

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