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Sister Stamps: Release #26 "Mitsuyo"

I am back with the second stamp of this release and today I am sharing "Mitsuyo".  You can stamp the images separately using Mitsuyo or the crane alone, I chose to stamp both and I just love the way this card came out.  I wanted to use vibrant colors to match the red on the crane's head so I busted out with my Papertrey Ink Cover Plate die in the Quatrefoil design and used a light and dark orange cardstock.  I also layered the Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 3 die on top.  I used the Papertrey Ink Mega Mixed Messages stamp set to stamp out "Hi There"  I just think the sentiment is so perfect for this card!  Here's some pictures:



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This is the last release for this year, make sure to watch out for the cuteness that will ensue in 2015, you will not be dissappointed!  Release #26 will be available 11/1/14!!!  Also, make sure you check out  and subscribe to the new Sister Stamps channel on YouTube:
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Sister Stamps: Release #26 "Ai"

I am honored once again and excited to share with you a new Sister Stamps release, what makes this even more special is that I am part of the Design Team - I am very humbled that I get to be part of such an awesome team and I can play with these stamps every month!!!  
This is the last release for this year, make sure to watch out for the cuteness that will ensue in 2015, you will not be dissappointed!  Release #26 will be available 11/1/14!!!  Also, make sure you check out  and subscribe to the new Sister Stamps channel on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe5NavqTIOGj1jmG2oEf5Kw
Today, I will share my project for "Ai"  with her beautiful Taiko drum.  I chose to make a celebrate card and embossed the sentiment in vellum using the Mega Mixed Messages Stamp Set from Papertrey Ink.  I have been dying to use the Marvelous Squares spellbinders dies so I used them alternating between green glitter paper and white cardstock.  For the background I used Spring Moss cardstock…